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WHEELS 17x8 4.89bs GO!!!!!!!

I hate when i ask something on here and 10 people post something that really has nothing to do with my post idc if u have 40 inch tires lol. My question is 17x8 4.89bs will they fit without rubbing without wheel spacers with a wider 33 inch tire like 12 inch wide
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WHEELS 17x8 4.89bs GO!!!!!!!

Not sure why it was hard for you to get the information you wanted in your last thread. It was all there

You're going to hear the same thing again.

4.5" bs would be preferred but the 4.89 will work.

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I guess thats about how most of us feel when we answer someone's question and they continue to ask the question because they didn't read all of the insightful advice that was offered.

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You'll be fine with the 4.89" back spacing for stock tires. Your factory wheels have almost 6" of back spacing. Run em!
YOU WILL BE FINE WITH 4.89" BACK SPACING WITH YOUR STOCK TIRES.


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I guess thats about how most of us feel when we answer someone's question and they continue to ask the question because they didn't read all of the insightful advice that was offered.







YOU WILL BE FINE WITH 4.89" BACK SPACING WITH YOUR STOCK TIRES.

It's like déjà Vu all over again.

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Not sure why it was hard for you to get the information you wanted in your last thread. It was all there
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome? Safe bet after 4 threads started for the same question.
You're going to hear the same thing again.

4.5" bs would be preferred but the 4.89 will work.
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I hate when i ask something on here and 10 people post something that really has nothing to do with my post. idc if u have 40 inch tires, lol. My question is: 17x8 w/4.89bs - will they fit without rubbing without wheel spacers with a wider 33 inch tire like 12 inch wide?
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I guess thats about how most of us feel when we answer someone's question and they continue to ask the question because they didn't read all of the insightful advice that was offered.


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only if parking ON a hummer sitting on 24 inch rims that actually do rub
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I guess that is how you get good information, but I do realize the ones that actually try are the ones being gay. Everyone that gave bullshit info didn't speak up. CAN I HAVE THE ENGLISH TEACHER GRADE MY POST PLEASE.
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I guess that is how you get good information, but I do realize the ones that actually try are the ones being gay. Everyone that gave bullshit info didn't speak up. CAN I HAVE THE ENGLISH TEACHER GRADE MY POST PLEASE.
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Yes. Thanks for the Ten Factory setup, by the way Marcus. It went in slick as a whistle.

OP I think Marcus gave you the answer you asked for.

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I heard that they had 4.89" of backspacing on that Jeep they built in 4 minutes! Anyone see that?

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I heard that they had 4.89" of backspacing on that Jeep they built in 4 minutes! Anyone see that?
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I hate when i ask something on here and 10 people post something that really has nothing to do with my post idc if u have 40 inch tires lol. My question is 17x8 4.89bs will they fit without rubbing without wheel spacers with a wider 33 inch tire like 12 inch wide
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Doctor: Hello, what seems to be the problem?

Patient: It hurts when I ask something on JKO and 10 people post something that really has nothing to do with my post even though some already answered the same question in another thread.

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