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Old 11-04-2012, 08:56   #1 (permalink)
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15"x10" Backspace for standard width 9" in xy

Hows it Fella's, I'm looking at putting a set of 15" Weld RT-S on my XY ute. Ive been reading through forums for half the day with varied results for my question......

Can you fit 15x10 wheels under an XY with a standard width (1520mm) 9" and with what back spacing/tire size.
Ive read a thread that stated,,,,,,,15x10 with 5.5" Backspace with 275x50x15 tyres. Can any of you guys confirm this????

Also looking at putting 15x7 on the front. Want the wheel to sit in a little (1 inch maybe) from the gaurd and give the car that pro stock look. Can anyone recomend a backspacing for this look???

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Re: 15"x10" Backspace for standard width 9" in xy

Hi Tomo

I can't help you with the info but that ute will look great with those wheels.
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Re: 15"x10" Backspace for standard width 9" in xy

Sorry, I can't help you either, but a good tire shop may be able to steer you down the right path.
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