Originally Posted by 05wkguy
OFFSET:measurment (+) or (-) from the center of the rim. + is moved outwards, - is inwards (towards vehicle)
BACKSPACE: measurement of distance from back (inside) of rim to mounting flange
I have 265/70/17's and they fit,using the stock rims, with only a 1/8" spacer and some grinding of the upper ball joint bolt. May change if you go with a wider rim.
AND< my vote is for the first ones, the Artillery.
AND I have no opinion on tires as i only have experience with my current set up.
Other way around. The higher the + figure in offset, the more inboard it is.
Stock non SRT wheels are +51 mm. So the ATX with -12 mm would move the tyres and wheel 63 mm outwards! The Fuel one is +1 so would move the wheel outwards 50 mm.
Look on this site for a back space to offset chart as well.
Unfortunately caliper clearance is not known by any of the above figures. It depends on how close the spokes are to the wheel mounting surface. That is why you can't even run WJ rims on a 07+ WK, even though the wheel specs are the same.