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    Wheels On A 96 4x4

    EXACTLY WHAT BACK SPACING AND OFFSET DO I NEED TO RUN. TO GET A SET OF 17s OR 18s TO FIT LIKE STOCK ON MY 1996 BLAZER 4X4. I WOULD LIKE A RIM AROUND 8 INCHES WIDE.

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    COME ON SOMEONE OUT THERE HAS TO KNOW WHAT I NEED.

    ANYONE?

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    The backspacing should be around 6" for a 4x4. A little bit more wouldn't hurt on a 8" wide rim. If the only measurement they give for the rim if offset, look for something high like +40 or so. Stock offset is +37 on a 7" wide rim I believe. Also look in front wheel drive sections if you are browsing webpages. Thats where the high offset (also referred to as FWD or face mount) rims are.

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    S10BLAZED OK COOL THANKS MAN. THESE WONT RUB OR ANYTHING RIGHT. I DONT WANT TO GET THEM AND GET FUCKED.

    THANKS FOR THE HELP YOU ARE THE FIRST PERSON TO GIVE ME A STRAIGHT ANSWER

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    No problem man. You won't have any rubbing unless you get a huge tire or are dropped pretty far.

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