Calling all Photoshoppers!!

Cable810

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HARDTRAILZ

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Last link is to a 5 lug so those may not be the specs of the wheels you would get, but a few inches will hang out. Mine are 4.5 inch backspacing and 1.5 inch adaptors for reference. Older pics of mine are 1.3 adaptors, but same backspacing.
 

Cable810

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Thanks for catching that. Its fixed!
 

Regulator

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Um, unless I am missing something, your first link is to a 5 lug rim, second link is your truck, third link is an 8 lug rim.
 

Cable810

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The summit link is 6x5.5 bolt...... The quadrec link is just for the rims.
 

Cable810

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:bump:
 

navigator

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ok, here is the math for the offset (the way I do it.)
Your current rims are 7 inches wide with 6 inch backspacing or 1 inches of what I would call front spacing(7-1).
New rim is 8 inches wide with 4 inches backspacing and 4 inches of front space (8-4).
Front spacing of new rim - front spacing of old rim (4-1) = 3 so your new rims will stick out about 3 inches more than your stock rims(+ your adapters).

When I want to get an idea of a rim on my TB, I go to tirerack.com or similar site and use a tahoe for reference.
 

STLtrailbSS

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this is the extent of my ability, back looked ricerish because theres no angle close to matching that.
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