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Old 08-06-2008
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I have 15X8's micky thompson classic two's and they are 3-5/16 back spacing well im wanting to put some 35 12's on it but i don't know how much will the stick out ? a inch or 2 or 3 or 4 ? can someone help me or get some pics so i have a ideal
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they should be about an inch out....just about level with the flares on a flared truck.
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Thats about how it will look, slightly out past the fender flares with some 12.5's
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