Originally I was going to get some 16x10 Mickey Thompson classic lock wheels and some 33x12.5-16 Super Swamper Boggers. But now that I worked out the numbers that combo would stick out way to far.
So check me on this. If the 16x10 wheel has a backspacing of 4.5" then it will stick out 5.5" from the wheel matting surface and if the 33x12.5 tire has a cross section of 12.8" it will stick out 1.4" past the rim. So that combo sicks out 6.9" from the wheel mating surface.
My current combo stick out about 4" from the wheel mating surface and that fits perfectly under the fenders, not sticking out at all.
So the 16x10 and 33x12.5 combo would stick out 2.9" from my fenders so that may be to much and could lead to issues with the front fenders and turns.
So now I'm looking at going with the 16x8 Mickey Thompsons that have a backspacing of 4" with either the 33x10.5 or the 33x12.5 Boggers. The 33x10.5 Boggers have a cross section of 11" and the 33x12.5 Boggers have 12.8"
So the 16x8 and 33x10.5 combo would stick out 5.5" from the wheel mating surface or 1.5" past my fender.
The 16x8 and 33x12.5 combo would stick out 6.4" from the wheel mating surface or 2.4" past my fender.
So what do you guys think?
-------------------- 1998 Honda Passport EXL V6 3.2L Auto SOTF 4WD
3" Calmini Lift w/ HD Track Bar, 32x11.5-16 Super Swamper SX, Aisins
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