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wheels and off sets

so i ahve a ranger with a 3 inch pa body lift and cranked tortion bars, and i am getting 35x12.50 wrangler mt-r's, so my question what width rim and off set should i get so they fit with no rubbing i have a set of 15x9 with an 1/8" off set would those work???
 
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whats the backspacing?
 
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Originally Posted by fx4me
whats the backspacing?
9" width and +1/8" offset: BS = 5 1/8"
9" width and -1/8" offset: BS = 4 7/8"

I think that both would rub.
 
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with 1/8" backspacing so it pushed the rim out from the hub
 
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my mustang wheels are +35mm in the front and +30 in the rear and they dont rub and my backspacing is close to that.

just get 0 or -12 to -20 offset and you will definetly be safe.
 
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Originally Posted by Bagged94
my mustang wheels are +35mm in the front and +30 in the rear and they dont rub and my backspacing is close to that.
He intends to use 35 x 12.50 tires. I don't think there's any chance that those tires won't rub with ~5" backspacing.
 
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