I am sure that many have used these wheels with no problem.
However, There are many replies here that are not helpful in figuring this out because of so many differences in build (lift/tires/wheels). That your tires did not rub on your lift does not help me. I need to know your specs. If your lift is different, or your tire size/model is different, it means little in my situation. The Manufacturer of "MY" lift (Poly Performance), says I need backspacing within a certain value range. I placed an order for wheels that are described by Quadratec and AEV as having specs within that value range. Now I find out that someone may be using a "better" or "different" ruler for "true" backspacing? Geez! wouldn't it just make sense to just use a commonly accepted method of measurement. How else can the consumer know when he is comparing apples to apples???
I called AEV this morning and talked to Mike who seemed very knowledgeable and willing to help.... "No problem they will fit" & "we don't know of any rubbing/clearance issues with 35 inch tires"
I called Polly Performance this morning (great to talk with and also very knowledgeable) "they will rub if backspacing is more than 4.7". "Searched the forums for info and see conflicting info on AEV backspacing and clearance issues".
I called Quadratec this morning (I bought the wheels from them)... I talked to Jared who wanted to help and seemed to be genuinely trying to figure this out. He tried to get AEV on the phone to get the story directly from them and also to determine if AEV offers this wheel in an alternate backspacing (which I read somewhere that they do). He was supposed to call me back before he left work today (I think he forgot.....?)
Meanwhile, the wheels are still sitting there, looking awesome ... waiting........................................... ..............