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Old 10-12-2013, 08:59 PM
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You can figure this out for yourself. Take a 4ft level and put it next to your fender flare vertically. Make sure it is vertical by looking at the bubble. Measure in from the edge of the level to the fattest part of the tire. Let's say that's 3" (hypothetically). Now your new tires are 2" wider than your stock tires. So you need to split that as 1" will be on the outside of the wheel and 1" inside. Now you need to fill another 2" so that's the size wheel adapter/spacer you need to buy.
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