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What about offset? Will a +5.0+2.0 fit?
 

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I'm new to this and I'm curious by you saying offset. What exactly does that mean? I am considering changing my tires out for trail riding and marsh running. Any suggestions on what would be the best for both?
 

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Josh the offset refers to the position of the wheels compared to the hub.

Here is an article that explains it. However, nearly any aftermarket wheel for a viking, grizzly 550, 700 will work..

Also the wheel studs are 12m X 1.25 , this is the same a nissan cars. You will likely have to by a set of tuner lug nuts to fit the wheel on the wolverine factory lug nuts are to big for most aftermarket wheels.

Offset and Backspacing Explained - PerformanceTrucks.net Forums
 

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Hey Epic did you have any issues with your axle stud nuts hitting the center caps on your wheels?
Yes and no.

I thought they didn't fit so I took all of them off to make spacers. My uncle came by and put one up to the wheel and like magic they all fit with no modifications.

So take them all off, mount the wheels and then put them back on. See if that works for you.

, Jules B
 

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Did your lug nuts fit from the factory wheels on aftermarket wheels, if not what lug nuts did you have to use.

Thanks again for the help.
 

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Did your lug nuts fit from the factory wheels on aftermarket wheels, if not what lug nuts did you have to use.

Thanks again for the help.
Go to the auto parts store, I went to auto zone. Buy a set or tuner/ spline lug nuts for a nissan. The size is 12m x1.25..

About $30 for the set with 20 lugs and the key. They are on the shelf just ask for the isle it's on.

Works perfectly
 

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Great info thank you. Always like the ability to get parts locally.
 
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