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Just wondering if the stock 700xx rims have an offset, if so what is it? Im looking to get beadlock rims but idk what size/offset to get
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Front wheels are size 10x5.5, 4:1.5 offset. Rears are size 11x7. 5:2 offset.

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Just wondering if the stock 700xx rims have an offset, if so what is it? Im looking to get beadlock rims but idk what size/offset to get
You don't have to stay with the oem offset, a lot go with 3:2 up front to gain some width. And the rear if you go to a 10" you wont be able to go with the oem off set. Also the bolt pattern if needed is 4/144, but whom ever you order your wheels from, most likely knows all of this.

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If i went with a 10 in the back am i losing ground clearance?
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If i went with a 10 in the back am i losing ground clearance?
I don't see how, the clearance should remain the same if your still on a 22" tire.

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Good point. Im just gonna keep researching and get some quotes thanks for the help!
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