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Old 01-20-2015, 10:16 PM   #1
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Default Pacer 164 17x9s

Ok since tax season is approaching I'm thinking about putting my return towards a set of new wheels. I like the look of the pacers and they fit my price range I just have a few questions about them. How much will they stick out past the fenders? I know my stock lariat wheels are 17x7s with 4.5 inches of back spacing, not sure of the offset tho. The pacers are 17x9s with 4.5 inches of back spacing and -12 mm of offset. So will this mean that the pacers will stick out 2 inches plus the 12 mils more than stock wheels? Also they will be wrapped in my treadwright guard dogs that are 285s and I think 8.5 inch wide bead with 9.2 inch wide tread. Does anyone have and down the side shots of these rims on a 97-03. This and a few other straights shots are the only ones I found
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2000 F150 lariat, 5.4, super cab, short bed, 4x4, 3.55 gears, tow package.
SISO magnapack, rear cat delete,black lightning heads,full LED swap, blue cluster, MPT tuned, 285/70/17 treadwright gaurd dogs, ridged duallys behind grill
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