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I like the XD Hoss 22" wheels in the 9.5" width but I don't want them sticking out far or rubbing.

Is anyone running these? I am going with a 325/50/22 trail grappler tire and have the front levelled.

I am concerned that they are 1" more backspaced that the factory wheels.

Help please?
 

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I like the XD Hoss 22" wheels in the 9.5" width but I don't want them sticking out far or rubbing.

Is anyone running these? I am going with a 325/50/22 trail grappler tire and have the front levelled.

I am concerned that they are 1" more backspaced that the factory wheels.

Help please?
There was a member that had that set up in 22x10 o offset with a 6" liftand he had some rubbing and it stuck out a little. Here are some pics of his....
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I've got a set of Bigg Joe black wheels 22"x9.5" on my 05 with 305/45's and they are flush with the fenders and I have no rubbing even before the leveling kit. Not sure of the offset and can't seem to find a website that will tell me.
 

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Pretty sure you'll have a good deal of rubbing with those 325/50's. Theyre like 13.5" wide or something like that and around 34.5" tall. I think all the members running them have at least 6" of lift.

edit: I don't know that anyone has actually tried to fit 325/50/22's with just a level, so go for it and see if it works cuz I wanna know for sure. hahah.
 

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I'm staying tuned to see if they'll fit as well. Wouldn't mind a little more rubber for my next set.
 

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I've seen that much backspacing, (6.43"), on rims that come up on Titan rim searches, but I think the search engine is thinking they will be used with low profile street tires of a stock height. With a 34.9x13 mud tire tucked in that much, I'd be surprised if it didn't rub on the spindle or something else.
 

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I've seen that much backspacing, (6.43"), on rims that come up on Titan rim searches, but I think the search engine is thinking they will be used with low profile street tires of a stock height. With a 34.9x13 mud tire tucked in that much, I'd be surprised if it didn't rub on the spindle or something else.
What would be the optimal backspacing/offset to run this size tire with a leveling kit? You think even that would rub?
 

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What would be the optimal backspacing/offset to run this size tire with a leveling kit? You think even that would rub?
Stock's 5.5" backspacing to a quarter inch more tucked 5.75". Although an 8" width rim isn't recomended for a 325, and probably not available in a 22, that would give the least rubbing at the pinch weld, and front mud guards.

A 22x9 with 5.5" BS, will stick out about 1 more than the stock 18" rims. My rims stick out this much due to their 4.5" BS, and you can see the trimming I had to do for A/T's in 34x12" LT305/70R17's in the link in my sig ... Pinch Weld Mod. The LT325/50R22 is about a full inch taller and wider. I wouldn't run it without a bracket lift or a spindle lift plus coilovers.

If I was going to run a 22 M/T on a leveled Titan, I'd get the Toyo 33x12.5R22 or maybe try a 34.5x12" Trail in the LT285/55R22 on something like the AR893 American Racing Mainline 22" x 9" +18 mm offset 5.71" BS 6x139.7. Or the Dagger AR889 with those specs. Discounttiredirect has a couple like the Black Rhino Kenya and Keros in a 22x9 with a 20 mm offset which is a 5.79" BS which would also work, with these size tires, although the 34.5" will need a little trimming, but no trimming on the 33x12.5. They show the offsets like this. 22X9 6-139.7 20HSM
I wouldn't go over 20 on a 9 with a M/T.
 
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