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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-03-2003, 05:03 AM Thread Starter
 
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hey guys doin the yj conversion on my zook in a few weeks i need to now what offset rims to use so my tyres dont hit the springs on full lock.im currently running 31x10.5 wranglers on f100 rims (15x8). could ya tell me the measurement i need ie from the inside of the rim to were the hub face is?.as i plan to cut and reweld my current wheels.
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Re: wheel questions

Hey Oz..

I'm NOT running the YJ's but I was surprised that the backspacing on the F-series trucks will clear the stock springs lock-to-lock at 3.75" (95.25mm)

Backspacing is measured by the outside of the inner edge of the wheel rim to the inner mounting surface of the wheel. My understanding is that the best Backspacing is 2"-2.75" (50.8-69.85mm)...

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