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Show Me Your Duratracs!

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^ I know I have commented on these images before but this set up really looks great.
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2007 4x4 Limited
5.7L Hemi

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2" OME lift
1/4" Rusty's strut plates
HD UCA's
K&N CAI
American Racing ATX Mojave wheels
Goodyear Duratrac 265/70 R17 tires
Mopar skid plates

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No Duratracs here yet...

But what are the spec's on those wheels? (Width/backspace?)

They look great!
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^ I know I have commented on these images before but this set up really looks great.
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No Duratracs here yet...

But what are the spec's on those wheels? (Width/backspace?)

They look great!
They actually are the Duratracs. The first two pictures are taken durig the same trip. They are covered in Arizona dust, so it might be hard to see. Click on the yellow bar above the picture to make the picture larger. You might be able to get a better look on the tires.

The wheels I have are American Racing Mojave wheels. They are 17" x 8" with 0 offset and 4.5 backspacing. That way, with the bigger tires, I didn't need wheel spacers.

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2" OME lift
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HD UCA's
K&N CAI
American Racing ATX Mojave wheels
Goodyear Duratrac 265/70 R17 tires
Mopar skid plates
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They actually are the Duratracs. The first two pictures are taken durig the same trip. They are covered in Arizona dust, so it might be hard to see. Click on the yellow bar above the picture to make the picture larger. You might be able to get a better look on the tires.

The wheels I have are American Racing Mojave wheels. They are 17" x 8" with 0 offset and 4.5 backspacing. That way, with the bigger tires, I didn't need wheel spacers.

Thanks! I had those wheels on my Suburban, but hadn't seen a setup that was listed as fitting ours, so I was asking what your wheel specs were. About how far out from the fenders do teh tires protrude with that setup?

I knew they were Duratracs... I was just saying that *I* didn't have any yet to contribute to the thread.
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Smitty1970...What brand are those wheels? specs (baskspace, dia, width, etc)? Those look AWESOME!!! About exactly what I have been looking for. Great stance on those too, specially with the Duratracs.

Thanks for any info you can provide.
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