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Old 04-22-2013, 03:20 PM
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35s on 22s

so undecided on what i want to do for wheels tire and lift. live in mass and dont want to go too high of a lift for a couple reasons. really want to run 35s on 22s to keep me from off roading the truck, is this possible with a 4" lift? its a 04 4x4 i really like the rbp 96r 22x9.5 with a +10 os
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Old 04-22-2013, 07:17 PM
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I had 34/11r22 with -10os with only a leveling kit .your 4"should be more then enough.to clear 35s just make sure you get the proper os so your tires don't rub on your leaves at full turn
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Old 04-23-2013, 04:14 AM
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Did you like the 22s on the small side wall ride wise? And did you have leaves or springs? Thanks for the info cormc
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I loved the 22s still have them with the sane tires but its now lifted but been looking into super singles but have coils . They calll for 70psi in them but I ran them at 60. Rode great tho
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Old 04-23-2013, 04:26 PM
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I think that's the best tire/rim combo...I cheaped out and didn't get them, but will be my next setup for sure
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Old 04-24-2013, 12:58 PM
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Does anyone know the right back spacing and off set so the tires won't rub at full turn? I don't really want to use wheel spacers and I don't mind them sticking out a little past the fenders. I believe it's 4.5" of bs
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Does anyone know the right back spacing and off set so the tires won't rub at full turn? I don't really want to use wheel spacers and I don't mind them sticking out a little past the fenders. I believe it's 4.5" of bs
I believe thats the backspacing for 99-04. the 05+ trucks have 0 backspacing so if you got the wheels that fit 99-04s they would stick out 4.5" but i would make sure they are hubcentric vs. lugcentric for your truck. The aftermarkets sometimes come with the ability to do both
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0 is the offset...05+ ur gonna want I believe a 5inch backspacing, 99-04 is 4.5
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It's an 04' so 4.5" of bs with a 0 offset? I don't believe the rbp 96r are hub centric is that a big deal? I've heard yes and no
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Thanks for the help
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