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Old 12-26-2013, 05:59 AM
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Will These Rims Work....

I have a 2005 Excursion that will have a 3" mini spring pack lift on the front leaf springs (X code F550 springs). I plan on running a 35x12.50x17 tire. Will these KMC 17" rims work and have enough back spacing so my tires don't run the leaf springs? I don't know much about back spacing so I took some measurements. BTW I picked these rims up for $150 for all 4.

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Measuring were the hub mounts to the rim it looks about 4.5"-5" to the inside lip of the rim

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From the front of te run to the outside of the lip it looks to be about 4"


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They'll work. They're for a '99-'04 meaning that on an '05 and up they will stick out about an inch or 2 further. Expect contact with the wheel opening trailing edge when the suspension articulates and the wheels are turned.

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Ok thanks. Anyone else run this rim? If so post pics!


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