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Hey I was curious if any one knows what the back spacing is on this. I currently have the stock wheels with 4.5 inch backspacing and am looking to get a little bit more agressive look. will these wheels stick out a little bit more than the ones i got..thanks for the help.

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Those wheels look really good. Those will look sweet on your truck. As for the backspacing, I couldn't tell you.
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The backspacin is 8 'in
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thats are going to get sucked way into the wheel well and probably wont even work becaue youll hit the inside of the fender...
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The backspacin is 8 'in
uhh... there's no way this particular rim could have a BS of 8"... I mean... it "could" theoretically... but non of the vehicles it's listed for would be able to accept them. It's only a 16"x8" rim!... they're probably around 3.(something)"... You should just ask the seller. I couldn't find the BS on the page.
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According to Eagle Alloy's website:
Those wheels in 16x8 and 5x4.5 bolt pattern the backspacing is 4.625"

http://www.aewheel.com/eagle_alloy_wheels.cfm?id=263
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I'd keep looking for a different wheel that will allow you to get it in 4" BS or less. That way it'll stick out more and will look great.
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Hey, thanks for the help guys...I think I am going to keep looking around and find something to stick them out just a little bit more!
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According to Eagle Alloy's website:
Those wheels in 16x8 and 5x4.5 bolt pattern the backspacing is 4.625"

http://www.aewheel.com/eagle_alloy_wheels.cfm?id=263
Yeah thats what i saw 4.625 seems like s werid number though.
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Hey, thanks for the help guys...I think I am going to keep looking around and find something to stick them out just a little bit more!
I have american eagle alloy 058 series with 3.25 BS they stick out plenty.
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