Nissan hardbody titan wheels




Nissan hardbody titan wheels

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  • I have a stock (not lowered) 97 Hardbody, 2 WD. I bought a set of 18" Titan Rims for it. I realize the rims will have to be center bored to 4" for.

    I was just wondering what I would have to do to get titan wheels to fit on my STOICHSOLUTIONS.INFO size tires should I go with and any other bs that I.

    Ok, I got Titan 18's for my Frontier, it just lays frame. I'm about to pull the trigger on a router and bit, and /40/18? My father-in-law has a.

    Nissan hardbody titan wheels

    Nissan hardbody titan wheels

    Find More Posts by sr20hardbody. All times are GMT. It's an automatic and runs like a turd compared to all the other Hardbody's that I've had with 5 speeds. I may be wrong but I don't think they will fit without the mods I have mentioned, no matter what tire size you go. Switch to Hybrid Mode.

    Nissan hardbody titan wheels

    Nissan hardbody titan wheels

    Nissan hardbody titan wheels

    Nissan hardbody titan wheels

    Nissan hardbody titan wheels

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    Advertiser Directory Classifieds Fabricators' Market. I know I will have to have the hubs bored to 4". Does anyone know how deep they will need to be bored? Anybody have pics of a stock hardbody with the 18" Titan alloys? Thinking about a tire. Don't want it to look too "carish".

    Nissan hardbody titan wheels

    If the truck is stock you'll probably want to run series tires - if you go any taller, you'll have a "donk" on your hands. Also keep in mind, that the taller the tires you run, the longer it takes to get that tire turning I know it's not my hardbody, but you get the idea I would feel a little better if he did it but that's me.

    I'm just a little hesitant about doing it with a router. I was concerned with how the 45 series tire would look on the truck. After seing yours my worries are gone. I think the Titan wheels look much better myself and I also like the look of 18's on it. Good point on the taller tires taking more to get them wound up. It's an automatic and runs like a turd compared to all the other Hardbody's that I've had with 5 speeds.

    Nissan hardbody titan wheels

    I have gotten spoiled on the automatic though. Modified by NissanHunter at 3: One option would be to try the 17's with lo-pro tires and see if the smaller tire diameter helped off-the-line- response The SC wheels look sick too on a street truck! What brand of tire did you go with?

    I want to find a decent tire and not spend a fortune. I've heard great things about the Cooper CS4 but don't think it comes in a The two options to fix this are: I didn't like that option, or having to do 5-point-turns in parking lots! Also, hub-centric rings are a really good idea, because the lugs are NOT meant to support the weight of the truck.

    This is what I did, and have had no issues. Did the wheels or tires rub? What thickness of spacer did you go with With yours being a Frontier and mine a Hardbody, I wonder if I will have the same probems or get lucky and not have them.

    Nissan hardbody titan wheels

    My luck I'm sure I'll have the same problems if not more. Anybody have a stock Hardbody with the Titan 18's???? I can't find one damn stock not lowered Hardbody owner with the 18" Titan wheels anywhere on the net. With the costs of the wheels, getting the hubs bored, spacers and rings I could have bought some wheels that simply bolted on my truck. I just love the look of the Titan wheels! Thanks for the help!

    The spacers in the photo are 2", but you could get away with 1" Also, if you run spacers, they will widen the stance of the truck, and will not tuck inside of the fenders, if you're concerned with that The benefit of running spacers is that you do not have to bore the wheels to make them fit! So, you can save the amount of the machine shop, and keep a lot of steering angle, but widen the truck, or, pay to bore the wheels or DIY and keep the wheels under the fenders, just with less steering angle.

    Hardbody nissan on 18" titan wheels.



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