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Would i have any trouble runnin 15x10s

ive never bought rims b4 so thought id ask thanks
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Shouldn't have problems.....depends on your backspacing on the wheels. Here's a friend's ranger with 15x10 or 15x10.50 Weld Racing wheels with 32x11.50s.....no rubbing. Keep in mind, these things stick way the heck out there too. In my opinion, it's overkill unless you plan on lifting bigger and running 12.50 or bigger tire. I'd just get 15x8s w/ a nice offset. Hope this helps.






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same^^^
i used my friend's 15x10 rim with 31X10.5 street slicks on my 87 just for the he** of it
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no your fine with 12.5" tires and a body lift and it will give you truck a whole new pissed off attitude
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it will give you truck a whole new pissed off attitude
I love that quote!
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no your fine with 12.5" tires and a body lift and it will give you truck a whole new pissed off attitude

you mean it gives your truck a whole new reason to replace tie rods, ball joints, and wheel bearings
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you mean it gives your truck a whole new reason to replace tie rods, ball joints, and wheel bearings

ive got my fingers crossed..never had to replace any yet..im comin up on a year..
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you mean it gives your truck a whole new reason to replace tie rods, ball joints, and wheel bearings
ya got to keep yourself busy
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Zack, Zack, Evan.....Would i run into problems when I do start running these 15x8s....stickout a little:

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Just depends... Mine is just starting to wear where Bill's truck and several others didnt tale long at all.
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depends on how you drive it and use it. Hub bearings tie rods and ball joints will all wear out in time, its just a matter of if you want to play and pay or you want to be safe and try to make everything last for a long time..
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