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Elcochi1

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2006 ford explorer xlt
Im in search for some off road rims for my 2006 ford explorer XLT, Any ideas??
what would be the best wheel size to fit 265/75/r16 tires? & would the 265/75/r16 tires rub with 0mm offset rims & stock suspension ?

Any pictures with 0mm offset rims on a 2006 ford explorer xlt
 
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Jacob Linder

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06' Explorer EB 4x4
265/75 is going to rub a lot with stock suspension. I have the traxda lift, and 265/75s on 17s 0 offset and they still rub. I would recommend cutting your fender wells, and getting the traxda lift
 
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Myakkacracka

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I just put a set of 255/70r16s with a 4.5" backspace on my 07 4x4 and they fit great the hang out just a bit but no rubbing what so ever
 
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Ruano

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Hi, with stock suspension and 17" what is the biggest size it can fit? Thanks
 
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Jacob Linder

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With my lift 265/70r17s rub pretty good. I just trimmed it up and it doesn't rub anymore. My guess is 255/60
 
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Myakkacracka

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I converted my tires to 17s and its a 255/65r17. U might be able to go bigger but I went an inch wider and an inch taller than stock and it fits the fender well no rubbing.

This is the site for figuring metric to standard sizes
http://tyres1.com/Calculators.aspx
 
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Scorpion8

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2006 Explorer XLT
I just had these put on today, 17" Legend Vision 141 in Gun Metal grey.

 
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