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Old 11-14-2014, 08:05 PM
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would these fit?

Hi i was giving brande new 32" tires but they are 16' rims so i am looking for cheap steel rims i found these but i am not sure for to check

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They would rub excessively on the front suspension and limit your turning radius, if you can get them with 3.5" backspacing they would work.
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