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Old 03-02-2018, 12:49 PM   #1
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Starting this thread because the "Will It Tuck" thread is closed. I have a stock ride height truck and no one else does on that thread so i didn't get an answer for if anything would fit so... Will 16x8 with 0 offset fit onto a stock hardbody?
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Old 03-02-2018, 12:53 PM   #2
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Yeah, as long as they'll bolt on you're fine. They'll stick out but on a stock height truck that's only relevant for appearance, not function.
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Yeah, as long as they'll bolt on you're fine. They'll stick out but on a stock height truck that's only relevant for appearance, not function.
Virginia's tight about its one inch past the fender laws do you think you could guess how much theyd poke?
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I can't tell you how much they'll stick out the fenders but they will stick out from the mounting surface on the hub 4+". The width is measured at the bead seat, not the outside edge of the wheel. You could take a wheel off and measure out about 4 1/4"-4 1/2" to account for the lip of the wheel and how much the tire bulges out.
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The wheels you're looking at will stick out a little more than two inches than the stock 14x6 et30.
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This 16x8 0offset with a 225/50 on an 85 720. Pretty sure the d21 had an ever so slightly wider fender so hth.
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