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Old 10-09-2008
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rim backspacing question

what would be a good offset to use for 33 (actually 32.3") 12.50 wheels to fit under stock ranger...thanks
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best for a stock t-bar truck is a stock 15x7 with 4.5 back spacing.. it seems to fit good.

BUT the tire will not wear right on a 15x7...

i 100% do not recommend that size at all on a stock truck..

so to me none... go with 33x10.5 the pizza cutter... or bite the bullet and actually lift the damn thing

also there is this thing called a wheel and tire FITMENT chart its "sticky'ed" in the wheel/tire section you might want to read it
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