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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by chrisb420, Oct 8, 2005.

  1. chrisb420

    chrisb420 1/2 ton status

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    anybody here happen to know the backspacing on h2 17x8 1/2 wheels there is a set in my local paper for $250 for 5 of them. also i see alot of you guys running them and before i get them i wanted to make sure the center hole will fit over a 14bff :confused:
     
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    They will fit fine and the bs is 5"
     
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    thay will fit over a 14 no prob, but i dont know the back spaceing off hand, most i see running them, do so on stock axles so there shouldend be a problem
     
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    I dont' remember the numbers anymore, it differs about 2" though from stock, if I remember right. They sit inboard more than stock.
    I had to use 0.25" spacers to clear my tie-rod boot. I could have gotten away without them, but it was a little too close for comfort.
     
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    anybody got any pics from a front view 5" of bs seems like quite a bit, i plan on running 36-13.50-17 iroks on them and i want to make sure it will at least sit flush with the fender
     
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    I am running a set of the 37x13.50x17 x terrains and they dont stick out on the front and the back is about 1.5 in from the fender lip. I do have a little rubbing on the steering arm at full turn off road but its not to bad to worry about.
     
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    cbbr runs 'em, and I got this from his gallery. There was another pic that might be better.. but i can't see the rim to know if it for sure is a hummer (could be older for all I know) .. but in this one you can see that it's an H2, and it give a bit of a front view.

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    You are correct that they will fit, but the BS is 5 5/8".
     
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    My bad. 5 5/8 then is the bs
     
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    Yep. Hummer H2 great for the $$. There are several pics in my gallery - take a look. The tires are the stock H2 BFG's (about 34.5"). I haven't had a problem and did not need spacers. I did "self clearance" the front fenders a little off road, but really just the chrome strip and not much at all.
     

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