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Old 06-28-2019, 07:22 AM #31
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So I spotted this in NJ today. Has 285s with what appears to be 17x9 +1 wheels. I think a -6 offset is what I'm looking for.
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SCS RAY 10 17X8.5 -10 OFFSET with a 285/70/17 ridge grappler. Sits pretty good
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I'm new here. This post has been giving me some great info. I have a chance to get a set up of 275/70r17 fallen wild peaks on a set of 17x8.5 fuel wheels with 4.5 back spacing and a -6 offset? Everything I've seen is for 285s... will that set up work stock without spacers no rubbing? Thanks guys.
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I'm new here. This post has been giving me some great info. I have a chance to get a set up of 275/70r17 fallen wild peaks on a set of 17x8.5 fuel wheels with 4.5 back spacing and a -6 offset? Everything I've seen is for 285s... will that set up work stock without spacers no rubbing? Thanks guys.
The answer is it might. Every vehicle is different, but I would say odds are it will not rub. You won't know until you put them on. If it does rub some, it will be an easy fix (fender liner mod).
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SCS RAY 10 17X8.5 -10 OFFSET with a 285/70/17 ridge grappler. Sits pretty good
Are you using JBA off-road UCAs? What suspension? What mods did you have to do to prevent rubbing? Thanks
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Whatever you decide on, make sure the wheels are:

At least 9" wide
Black
Equipped with fake beadlocks
And have a ridiculous offset and backspacing when compared to stock

This seems to be what all the cool kids are doing these days.

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I have 285/70r17 with wheel that is 9" and offset at 18mm, leaves me with a backspace of 5.71.

I had to modify the fender liner and take off the mudflap, with that I have zero rub.
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Are you using JBA off-road UCAs? What suspension? What mods did you have to do to prevent rubbing? Thanks
Yes i have the JBA arms with caster set at 4 degrees, the suspension is the OME 3" lift with heavy springs up front. I also took off the stock mud flaps as it rubbed ever so slightly in reverse at full lock
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any wheel with 4.5'' and an offset of 0 to -12 is going to work if you don't run a spacer. 12 is a 1/4'' each side.......you aren't going to see the difference.
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I'm looking to change to 17x9 0 offset with 285's, anyone have that set up and can share a pic? Thanks
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Didn't think it would take me forever to finally get some wheels. I ended up with 17x9 -12. These are just the stock tires for now. I already have UCAs, hoping to get the rest of the lift soon. (Please ignore the trash)
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285ís on factory Pro wheels. No rubbing or mods with small Cornfed lift due to the offset.
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17x8 w/ 0 offset. 285/70 tires stick out just a touch
Open Country AT3? Nice!
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Close, They were AT2s actually. Loved them and lasted me a long time. When their time was up I ended up getting Falkens for the snow flake rating & aggressive sidewalls. The AT3s were not quite yet when I switched
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Best offset to be flush with 285s

I'm running stock Pro wheels w/285's and they sit pretty flush. I took off the spacers because they rubbed and I like the stance of a 4R better when its closer to flush.






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