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Which steelies for 90 Jackaroo

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Which steelies for 90 Jackaroo

Postby gezzaroo » Fri Jul 06, 2018 4:49 pm

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Gday all, I'm looking for a set of steel rims like in the picture. I would prefer a 17' because I don't do a lot of 4bn these days. Tyres will be 255/70 or 265/65 and without flares and standard height. What is my optimal offset to stay in the guards. Current wheels are original steelies 16x6 on 245/70/16 and they look on the limit. Plenty of cheap hilux steelies with 139 Pcd but offsets for these are about +40. Any ideas welcome.
Cheers Gez.
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Re: Which steelies for 90 Jackaroo

Postby isuzurob » Fri Jul 06, 2018 4:57 pm

Factory rims are around +12 most factory steel rims hit the rear calipers so just be careful, any offset +15 to -8 are good fits
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Re: Which steelies for 90 Jackaroo

Postby gezzaroo » Fri Jul 06, 2018 5:52 pm

cheers. I can't find any 17 x7 with a suitable offset, I might just take the 31"s off my delica.
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Re: Which steelies for 90 Jackaroo

Postby gezzaroo » Sun Oct 07, 2018 4:07 pm

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Ok following up on this thread, I found a nice set of 18's for cheap with good tyres but the car feels floaty so I'm gonna ditch them.
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