Or, you could be like Trip, put 3" of BL on and leave the stock tires on it, cuz thats a good look!
actually it clearly says it in my signature i have a 2" bl not 3 also i have the stock tires because i dont have the money for new ones however seems like you like the way a rig looks with 30s and a lot of lit so i'd be happy to swap you my brand new 30s for yours.
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mmmmm 25.4 mm = 2.54 cm = 1" Unless my ruler is wrong.
Yeah, in my simple mind I really did think I was smarter than a 5th grader. You are correct, it would only be 1.18 inches. So that cannot be the backspacing on those rims as just by the picture they look to have at least 3".
Rather, have him lay something flat over the back of the rim and measure the distance to the mounting surface. That will be the amount of backspacing on them.
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wait wait who measures backspacing in MM? Offset is measured in + or - MM and backspacing is measured in Inches. I hope he is not talking about offset!!!
If he is then ask him how wide the rim is too since you need that to figure out Backspacing. Make sure if its a positive or negative offset. A positive offset of 30mm is way too far forward and it will be close to stock. If its 8" wide rim and offset of +30 (~1.2") then that would put you at about 5.2 bs
4inch Rouch Country lift
3inch Body Lift
Mickey Thompson Classic II's with M/T 33"MTZ's
40 series Flowmaster
Smitybuilt Rock Crawler Bumper
WARN M8000 Winch(Thanks to my lovely Fiance)
Lock Right Rear Locker
No Trac Bar
No Sway Bar
Pro Comp Rear Bumper
6" Pocket flares
thats my rear sway bar
everyones been asking me about it
the guy at the tire place comes in and goes "You know you don't have a rear sway bar right?"
just to screw with him I said "no! I had one when I came in here!"
he had that worried look on his face
I gave him a couple seconds then told him I know haha
and about the wash, I'm plannin on gettin it a little dirtier this weekend