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+3 Offset Wheels.

Anyone ever stuffed some +3 offset wheels under a fox. Snagged some Vintage 16x7 ARE 5 spokes (like the ones found for 2 years on saleens) for $50 on ebay. 3 out of 4 came with the hard to find center caps. Really hoping they'll fit but at $50 im not out a whole lot. Did some measuring today and it looks like I might be able to stuff them in the rear with a 245/50r16 tire but not totally sure. Still running 4 lug so I couldn't get them to totally seat up in the rear. Would have to totally commit to 5 lug to get a real idea.

Did some math and a 245 tire on those should stick out roughly 1 inch more than the stockers. Probably could get them to fit in the rear. Fronts are a different story stock 10 holes have very little to play with upfront.

Again, anyone ever made a +3 offset 7 in wheel fit?

If not they'll likely go back up for sale.

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