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Is there a 17x10? Will 16x10 aluminum wheels fit 8 lug axles?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by divorced, Jan 22, 2005.

  1. divorced

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    Does anyone make affordable 17 x 10 wheels? All I can find is 17 x9. I found a few that were 9.5 wide but cost $230 each!


    Will a 16x10 aluminum wheels fit an 8 lug D44 and disc brake 14 Bolt FF with no caliper grinding?
     
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    I have 16x10 Mickey Thomson Classic IIs on my set up. I think they have around 4.25" back spacing. They have plenty of room.

    I am running a D60 up front and Corp FF 14 bolt with disc brakes in the back.
     
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    17x9 or 17x8s are all I've found. But I want 17x8s so I'm fine with that.
     
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    allied wheel makes the cheapest steel wheel i found...
     
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    That's cool, the M/T II's are what I want. I can see some Irok's in my future... :saweet:
     
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    Weld Racing makes a bunch of rim styles in 17x10", 12", and 14".
     
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    I run 17 x 10 American Eagles. I paid $159.95 each, try 4 Wheel Parts, they might not advertise them but they should be able to order them. I must warn you, I had to wait a month before they could find a set that wasn't on it's way to somebody else, and ship them to me.
     
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    17x8 or 17x9 should be all you need for most tires. What tires you running?
     
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    I am currently running 35 x 12.5 Pro Comp Mudders. I may step up to taller/wider tires, so I chose the 17 x 10. The 17 x 9's that I looked at had way too much backspacing, 5-5.5 inches. My wheels have 4.5 backspacing, I would prefer 3.5-4 inches but I had to compromise somewhere. I like my wheels alot, but I would like to have an aluminum beadlock kit. I like the look of beadlocks and the ability to air down safely.
     

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