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procomp rims with 33" procomp AT's

Found these, i would snag them up but i need a ranger first:P so i thought i would share with you guys

18" Pro Comp Wheels and 33X13.5 tires
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That dude's on crack asking that much.
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crack is right!



It's all ProComp crap so it's obvious we've got a 4wheelparts fanboy here.... But you know what? It is nice to see those wheels on a Ranger. I've always been a fan of them...and I'm a bling'd out wheel hater.
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haha well i do not know anythign about these price wise i thought maybe it was a good deal haha how much could this guy get these for?
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Procomp is expensive, I run both wheels and tires from em but I love them. Thats not a bad price, research em new for the sizes he has
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whats the stock backspacing for rims, if you go higher does the tire stick out more?
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whats the stock backspacing for rims, if you go higher does the tire stick out more?
Stock backspacing is usually 4.5 inches. Deeper backspacing moves the wheel and tire inboard on the vehicle; shallower moves them outboard.
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so, shallow you be 4-3 inches?
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Recommended backspacing is 3.75" with 8" wide wheel and 4.00" with 10" wide wheel.
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That does seem pretty expensive. I like the look though.
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looks nice i think
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