It really depends on where the valve stem enters the rim. If it enters like the OEM rims, you should be fine. If it enters through the inside of the face, with a 90* elbow, you will have to strap it to the inside of the rim when you mount the tires.
ok another issue.... if my stock off-road rims are 7.5 inches wide with 5.5 inch backspacing, and i get a 17X9 inch wheel with 5 inches of backspacing, then my new rims would be 1.5 inches wider, stick out 2 more inches than factory and be a half inch away from the inside on the inside of the rim... hope i said that right, sticking out 2 inches should look good right? kinda like wheel spacers done the right way...
All I had was a leveling kit. The 4.5" of BS combined with the larger rim caused the rubbing. The tires did NOT rub before I got the rims. I had them on my OEM OR wheels.
The rubbing was on the rearward portion of the fenderwell and at the "pinch weld".... The pinch weld mod would have not helped in my situation (by itself) If I didn't lift the truck, I would have had to do some body work to get them to fit. The portion of the fender that swoops under the truck needed to be trimmed and re-rolled to clear the tire.
Has anyone found some seat covers that work well? Theres a truck place in town that uses a company (can't remember the name) that makes custom fit seat covers but they are crazy expensive. I was hoping for good cheaper option to get me buy for a while.