16x7 4inch bs

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  1. duderz7

    duderz7 Full Access Member

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    I'm running stock steel wheels, and would like to get them to move out some without using spacers if possible. Tires are nearly new (245/75 16) so I don't want to go replacing them just yet. I keep seeing 16x7 wheels with 4 inch back space suggested in various posts, but I can't seem to find any wheels in those dimensions. Could someone point me in the right direction? Thanks.
     
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    Most any aftermarket steel wheel comes in that size. Harder to find aluminum wheels etc with the correct backspacing though
    But yes 16x7 with 4 inches of backspacing does sit the tire/ wheel right out to edge of the flare , any thing like 3.75/3.50 backspacing sits it out too far and you lose some when off road due to needing to run more bumpstop in the rear
     
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    Where might one find said wheel, I must be looking at the wrong sites
     
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    Thanks, I'll check them out
     
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    American Racing, pep boys carries them or used to. Late 80's to mid 90's toyota & ford ranger/bronco ll 5 lug wheels.
    Granted they are 14" & 15" there may be some that are 16" like late 90's dodge 1500 & ford f150 5 lugs.
    Local pick n pulls will usually have wheel sets for sale. Junkyard trips are always beneficial