Offset and backspace are not the same thing. Offset is the distance from the mounting surface to the centerline of the wheel. It can be positive or negative. Backspacing is the measurement from the mounting surface to the back edge of the wheel. You can have the same backspacing on a number of wheels and get totally different offsets depending on the wheel width.
As Dell said, neither measurement assures fitment.
So i mainly wheel snow, deep snow, some mud and maybe rocks once a year. It takes me 3 to 5 hours hwy to get to my snow offroading areas on avg. An hour of that is usually fire road.also my truck is not a daily driver
Im looking at 37x12.50 ish on a 17x8” or 9” wheel
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Hi guys! I would like to purchase a set of off-roading tires for my 2006 Toyota Tundra. Is anyone here familiar with Mickey Thompson Tires' Baja MTZ? I have read good reviews about it. Any other recommendations?
Hi guys. I'm new to the forum. I'm looking for off road courses for 2wds or off roads where 2wds can go by. I own a 06 2wd highlander with black rhino rumble wheels 16x7 wrapped with 235/70/16 BFG ko2s on open diff. It's my every day vehicle that I hunt alot with. I know I get this alot it's a...