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Old 12-26-2012, 11:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hello evervone i'm new here
so here gos i need to know if these wheels will fit my 96 tracker
and not stick out past the finder to far thanks
Cragar Black Steel D Window Wheels 15"x7" 5x5 5" Set of 4 | eBay
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It says that wheel has 4" BS.. This thread says a 3.75" BS will make it stick out a little depending on the tire choice.

http://www.suzuki-forums.com/suzuki-...ckspacing.html
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Bolt pattern and hub bore are the same as for your car.
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Yeah, you should be fine with those & say a 235/75/15 AT on them.
I had the "Soft 8" version with my BFG's until I upgraded to the alloys. Only difference is the holes on Soft 8's are round. The sidewalls bulged past, but the tread only stuck out a tiny bit at the top. My alloys are 3.75" backspace & do stick out that 1/4". Noticeable to me, but so far *knock on wood* hasn't drawn any 'undo' attention.

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Yeah, you should be fine with those & say a 235/75/15 AT on them.
I had the "Soft 8" version with my BFG's until I upgraded to the alloys. Only difference is the holes on Soft 8's are round. The sidewalls bulged past, but the tread only stuck out a tiny bit at the top. My alloys are 3.75" backspace & do stick out that 1/4". Noticeable to me, but so far *knock on wood* hasn't drawn any 'undo' attention.

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They must be strict where you are... My Jeep's tires stick out about 1.5" past the fender flairs



Before I modified the flairs they stuck out almost 4"!

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