Is the Bronco that unique of an offset? I understand that noone has a vehicle that isn't yet released on their website. But find it hard to believe that whatever the offset may be is not out there.
could be. I saw another thread here where the badlands optional wheel has a 55mm offset. lots of posts where people say that the bronco wheel is the same as the ranger wheel. So I asssume most bronco wheels are the same at 55mm, but I can see where the Sasquatch wheel would have to be different.Isn't that about where the Squatch rims are? Hence, the wider flares etc?
Yes, it should as discussed in another post in the wheel/tires section of the forums. We'll only know for sure when someone does it.On the Black Diamond Can the stock 17" wheels take a 33" tire without lifts or body modifications?
If so we would trade out at our Dealer once delivered if possible. Got some time to figure
it out but any help appreciated. If not we would pick aftermarket wheels and tires and 2"
lift if needed.
what wheels are these?I know nothing about truck wheels and tires but coming from Subaru’s ive always been partial to Volks and Gramlights and Bridgestone tires. Not cheap. I don’t want cheap Pep Boys wheels or fake beadlocks and Since it appears there will be no Squatch with the manual transmission, will have to build my own.
I had 18” and went for the 17x9 wheel with -30 offset and 315/70/17s.Requesting recommendations please...
I've ordered the base model 2 door Bronco in carbonized gray. At the moment, I plan to have the silver steel rims painted satin black and add aftermarket tires.
Can you recommend a tire brand and size that would look great and work well for a weekend camper that explores coastal California and the Sierra Nevada?
Also, I'm open to a new rim/size too. Thank you in advance- I look forward to your comments.