I had to put a custom made inch 1/4 spacer all around to avoid rubbing on the bulletproof lift.
You would want these for less rubbing, probably none with a 6" lift.PhxBlue said:Still not sure the definitive answer. 6" Pro Comp lift, 325/65/18 BFG all terrains, Pro Comp extreme wheels; 18 x 9 4.5" back space. I have rubbing galore with this setup. I want to switch to some 20" Rockstars. What tire size and wheel backspacing do you all recommend to avoid rubbing?
Agreed. Considering the 18's as well.NorCal 4x4 said:Btw, IMO 17s look better, are better off road, and cost way less money for both rims and tires.
The backspacing info. is the same no matter what wheel diameter you use, so if you can find an 18x8.5" wide rim with 5.12" to 5.25" backspacing you can probably use your current tires, unless they are worn out, or you hate them.PhxBlue said:Agreed. Considering the 18's as well.
I don't know exactly but the 78.1 mm are closer than the 104. But the dealer should know, (and eat the shipping if they're wrong). Some of the wheels are lug centric, so the lug nut will center the rim.PhxBlue said:The tires are practically brand new. Only 3000 on them. Now I am also seeing hub bore differences on the wheels. What is the correct number i Should be looking for.