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Unread 09-08-2013, 06:50 AM   #1
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Backspacing on 16x8 wheels and 33x11 tires?

I looking to buy these tires:
https://www.treadwright.com/p-115-28...m-t-b2b-d.aspx

They're Treadwright's Guard Dogs 285/75 16. I've run their 31's for a couple for years and I love 'em. I'm re-gearing to 4.56 from 3.55 later this month to go to the 33's and get some low end power back.

I'm looking at 16 x 8 wheels but trying to figure out the best backspacing. I also have Warn hub conversion up front that puts the wheels about 3/4" out past stock. I'm guessing I'll need spacers for the back.

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Unread 09-08-2013, 08:57 AM   #2
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Anyone running 16x8's?
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[SIZE="2"]2K Cherokee UpCountry 4.0 AW4 w/4.5" lift, [FONT="Arial Black"][SIZE="3"][/SIZE][/FONT]Front Spartan, Rear Aussie, AA's Sye, Swapped in HP D30 and 8.25, Yukon front and G2 rear shafts and 4.56 gears, Tom Woods drive shaft, Warn's Hub Conversion, Crown's rear disc conversion, JKS shackles, Quick Discos, ACOS and Upper Arms, RC shackle relocaters, drop brackets and X-Flex lower arms, JCR's TCase Skid, Skid Row's belly pan and LC arm skids, AJ's rails, Logan's front bumper, Detours' rear bumper carrier, XRC8 winch, BlackRock 16 x 8 wheels with 33" TreadWrights, Napier's Flares, Rust, dents and scratches.[SIZE="2"][FONT="Arial Narrow"][SIZE="3"][/SIZE][/FONT][/SIZE] [/SIZE][/FONT][/SIZE]
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