Originally Posted by MX154
24x12" rims? If so, what kind of backspacing/offset do you have? Got 315/35/24" tires on there, but dented a couple of my rims with the old rubber band tires I had. Looking to replace with a new set of wheels.
The larget backspacing I've seen on street rims was 6.5" which is tucked in 1" more than stock. So assuming they don't rub the spindle on the inside, that means they would stick out 3" more than stock and when turning would rub at the pinch weld with a 33" tire. [I know some have had rubbing with 33s on a 9" rim with 4.5" backspacing, and they stick out an inch less, (2" more than stock)]. They might also rub on the bumper end cowls. If the 12's backspacing is less, like 6", rubbing will be even worse.
Look for a 10 with 6" or 6.25" backspacing for an easier install. They will still stick out 1.5" to 1.75" more than stock, plus the extra tire width.