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gen II 10in wide rims?

i searched and couldn't find anything. i was looking at getting 10in wide rims for my 90. how far would they stick out? and would they fit. id like to get some 31's or 32's for it. the truck has a 3 bl
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why not 8" wide??
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i can get 4 AR-767 for 135 but they are 10in wide
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they are supposed to be new never mounted
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well i just went and got them they are a little scratched in the back. i guess they had them in storage and kept moving them but besides some dust they are brand new. heres some pics

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i dunno if im going to put them on my 90 or my 05 or i might just sell them idunno but i think i got a good deal.
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How wide are your tires? they should be at least 12.5" or you may have some problems
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well i was thinking of getting 32 11.50 but now that i put the rim on the truck they arnt going to work unless i get huge flares. see pics below.
so i might put them on my 05 but they will still stick out a bit more then i thought they would.
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so i might just sell them. any body want them 150 you come get um.
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i dont know about other states, but state of florida its a maximum of 10 inches your tires can stick out from under your behickle. this truck in the pic is not a violation in florida. even if it is when you raise teh behicle then its harder to eyeball the distance/
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i dont know about other states, but state of florida its a maximum of 10 inches your tires can stick out from under your behickle. this truck in the pic is not a violation in florida. even if it is when you raise teh behicle then its harder to eyeball the distance/
PA is like NJ, the tire must be COMPLETELY covered by a fender flare.

why not just run them with some 33's on the 05, that would look nice and u wouldnt get bothered
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def. keep them on the 05'. they would look tons better.
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Whats the backspacing on those!!! Thats what matters for how far they stick out (in addition to width) They'd look mean on that white truck though.
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yeah but not legal.
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i gotta gen 2 also and put on some 15x8 rims with some 32x11.5x15 tires and they turned out perfect and the fronts stick out a little.
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yeah thats what im looking for got to find some
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****, i just gave a set of them away lol
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