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Old 02-14-2011, 05:39 PM
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Pro Comp Wheels?

I've found a set of 17 X 9 Pro Comp 6005 wheels and I'm curious if they'll work on 2005 250. These wheels were bought for a 1999 250 and I know the OEM wheels are different on the 2004 and older. Can anyone tell if there's an issue with these working on my 2005 truck?

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Old 02-14-2011, 05:51 PM
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they will work but with the backspacing they will likely stick out more than your stockers
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they will work but with the backspacing they will likely stick out more than your stockers
Maybe the guy will let me stick one on my truck before I buy. I just don't want them to stick out so far they sling crap over the fender. Thanks for the input.

Jim
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Those in 17x9 have a 4.75" backspace so whatever the difference is between what you'd normally run (5.5?) is how much further out they'd stick. 1/2" to 3/4" maybe?
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Those in 17x9 have a 4.75" backspace so whatever the difference is between what you'd normally run (5.5?) is how much further out they'd stick. 1/2" to 3/4" maybe?
I believe my stock wheels are 17 X 7.5. If my 7.5" wheels have a 5.5 BS and the 9" have 4.75" BS that added 2.25" out further than my stock wheels. I'll pull one of my stockers off tomorrow and measure the width and BS.

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Old 02-14-2011, 08:20 PM
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Doh, I didn't account for the difference in width. If the 17's are a 7" like the old 16" were, it's even worse, although I'd think anything over 1-1.5" might be far enough out to kick stuff up on the side.
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