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I have a 40 and a 62. About to pull the trigger on a 200. I don't know anything about 200's. will a 17 inch rim fit a 200? and before i get blasted i didn't find it in the search.
 

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SOME 17s fit. Not many. 08-15 have smaller brakes and fit more than 16+. Rock warriors are a very light and strong 17 with perfect offset that will clear all versions of brakes, but are getting harder to find.
 
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Thanks. seem to be a lot more options and better prices in the 17's. Probably going to do a 2" lift on the 200 when I get it. BFG makes a 34 x 10.5 17 which may be perfect for a 2" lift.
 
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Ok. So it looks like I’m getting an 08 with 116k miles this weekend. Been researching and it seems I need A 17 with a 5 on 150mm bolt pattern. Anybody know what offset or backspacing I need right off the top of their head? Guy at 4wheel parts said the 200’s have like 6” of back spacing. I have a set of 34 10.50 17 “ BFG KO 2’s ready to go when I get the rig. Now I just have to get wheels on the way. This is what I was looking at. See attached pic.

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You’ll want around 40 to 45 mm positive offset. Oem 18” are 60mm. Rock warrior 17” are 50mm. Eco corse 17” are 40mm. Some icons at 25mm if I recall. You can fit less offset but other issues will intrude
 
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OP make sure you aren't committed to these things if the barrel doesn't fit over the front brakes.

My 17" +50 offset rock warriors are perfect. Pushed out enough to fill the fender, but not so far that it slings mud all over the side of the truck. The taller sidewall and resultant bulge than a comparable tire diameter in 18" wheel means you don't need as much offset to fill the fender.

Also, 08-15 OEM offset is 60mm, 16+ is 54. Tiny difference, but it's there.
 
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Thanks for the input. I have an offer in on a set of rock warriors. Well see what happens with that. New tires came in today. BFG 34x10,5’s if the deal on the TRD’s falls through I found a set of aftermarket but the offset is only 25mm picking the truck up on Saturday. Christmas/divorce present to myself. Once I get this sorted out I’ll have a set of stock wheels and tires for sale if anyone is interested. I know these may not clear without rubbing but I have plans on a 2” lift after Christmas.

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These fit the 200 very well:

 

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Several of us are running 17" Icons. 25mm offset. Fit is fine, aesthetics are great. "Perfect" Geometry is off by 15-20mm depending in 33" or 34" tires, but it hasn't been an issue for me.

 
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Several of us are running 17" Icons. 25mm offset. Fit is fine, aesthetics are great. "Perfect" Geometry is off by 15-20mm depending in 33" or 34" tires, but it hasn't been an issue for me.

What size tire are you running? I’m going with a 34 10x 50 17. BFG all terrain. Probably doing the Icon “rebound” in 17 x 8.5
 

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285/70/17 ~33" (I'm running)
285/75/17 ~34" Several others are running
34/10.5/17 Very similar just skinnier.

BE WARNED: these girls have a big booties, and 10.5 might make her ankles look a little funny.

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I’ve seen one of these with 10.5s and while some people really like them... I definitely don’t. Too skinny for how big these are. IMO even 275s are too narrow.

But that’s just appearance. The guys running 10.5s like the performance.
 
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These fit the 200 very well:

Thanks for the info. Those look sweet but are a little more than I want to spend. Still looking at doing a 2” lift and front bumper.
 
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