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summit racing has some steel 16.5 wheels for 5x5.5... not much of a selection though...

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I found the cragers at 4 wheel parts. Summit probably has the same ones.
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that happens. Gotta stay on topic.

I like them, for the price they ride great at 20psi, probably wouldn't shimmy as much at 90mph if I aired up to 40psi.

Wheels, go custom, I ordered some from unique wheel co that are 5x4.5 16.5", I think 8" wide too. Works great for the military biasply's on the B2.
Wait, 5x4.5? Typo or were this for a different vehicle?
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How much were custom wheels?
I was thinking of either trying to find a 5 to 8 bolt adapter/spacer cause a friend has 16.5 wheels I can get for free or getting crager d windows in a 16.5 9.75 with the regular 5x5.5 bolt pattern.
If I happen to find some nice used 35-37's for 15" wheels then I'm just getting those.
I believe about $80 a piece, it wasn't bad really. You could do the adapter method, hell I'm considering some spacers so my 37's wont rub the leaf springs anymore.

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summit racing has some steel 16.5 wheels for 5x5.5... not much of a selection though...
Thats typical, even the custom wheels I had were D windows, like Cragars.

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Wait, 5x4.5? Typo or were this for a different vehicle?
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I just spotted the thread. Bad. Ass. hahaha.
I want wheel spacers if the tires don't stick out as far as I want. My 31's barely stick out on my truck and on my friends ram which is considerably bigger that stick out a good 2 inches. The 5 to 8 bolt adapters are funny though and I read not very strong. The 5 bolt pattern gets in the way of the 8 lug patter and stuff gets all goofy.
I'll just have to look into the backspacing on 16.5 9.75 wheels. I think they are like 5" backspacing, not sure what that means with an almost 10 inch wheel.


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