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I really love the look of the American Racing Mojave Teflon wheels, but I know how easily teflon is scratched on pots and pans while cooking. Will the Teflon on the wheels have some kind of protective coating on it? I will be four wheeling probably 10-12 times a year on beginner or moderate trails. I won't be doing any rock crawling or anything like that, but I don't want to be driving home with scratches all over my wheels (249.95 each). What back spacing and offset do you recommend for a d-cab with a 3 in lift? I don't want them to stick out much. I am getting 285/75/16. Any ideas. Thanks.
 

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i dunno about the wheels but the best backspacing for you would be 3.75...it will make the wheels stick out about 1.5 or so inches.
 

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teflon sux donkey penis!

TheBoro85 said:
I really love the look of the American Racing Mojave Teflon wheels, but I know how easily teflon is scratched on pots and pans while cooking. Will the Teflon on the wheels have some kind of protective coating on it? I will be four wheeling probably 10-12 times a year on beginner or moderate trails. I won't be doing any rock crawling or anything like that, but I don't want to be driving home with scratches all over my wheels (249.95 each). What back spacing and offset do you recommend for a d-cab with a 3 in lift? I don't want them to stick out much. I am getting 285/75/16. Any ideas. Thanks.

If you leave pavement, don't get em'. Cause like you said, they scratch easily!
 
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