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Unread 04-22-2015, 08:44 PM   #1
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wheel ?'s

in my search for some wheels for my wj build. i came across someone selling a set of blackrock yuma 908b in 17x8 from a jk with 265/65/17dueller ht tires. i know that the 5x5 pattern will fit but my concern is backspacing they dont know what it is but in trying to do some research i believe that the yuma's have a 4.5in backspace so my ? is about how far will they stick outside the fenders? im pretty sure the tires will rub without trimming but i would most likely be going to run smaller tires anyway. just trying to figure this out as i would still like to be able to tuck tires when offroad if needed. thanks for any help

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