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Old 10-13-2013, 11:49 PM   #1
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Will rims from a 2006 fit on my 02 without spacers or are spacers needed?
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You have over 1,700 posts and still can't make a thread in the correct section? Help a brotha out.
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Old 10-14-2013, 12:01 AM   #3
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You have over 1,700 posts and still can't make a thread in the correct section? Help a brotha out.
Lol, I didn't even know this thread existed...sorry man. Was just a quick question I and about fitment because I HAVE to drive it this winter and I found a set of 19" rims for 100 and a set if 245-40-19 blizzaks for 100...
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No problem. At least you have a sense of humor about it.
i just need to figure this out cause if spacers are not needed I'm jumping on this...
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Think pattern is different ,

Wouldn't hurt to try 1 rim real quick
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Think pattern is different , Wouldn't hurt to try 1 rim real quick
I know the pattern is the same is the back spacing I'm worried about
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Will rims from a 2006 fit on my 02 without spacers or are spacers needed?
An '06 and an '11 are the same. That being said, I saw an '01 with wheels off of an '11 the other day. They sat in a bit more that the '01 wheels but they did not rub. I would try to test fit them before committing if that is possible.
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You're gunna need spacers. The offset for those years are different.
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Old 10-14-2013, 04:02 PM   #10
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You're gunna need spacers. The offset for those years are different.
to make it look good yes, fitment purposes no..
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