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Old 11-04-2011, 05:59 PM   #11
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How is that staggered???lol
You have alittle more diameter, which is probably a good thing and moving about 1.6" in from where your back edge currently sits. Provided it was a 2010+ CS setup, it shouldn't rub.
I torque mine to 80-85lbs. I usually don't worry about the lugs until I have seen the wheels. Seating patterns are not universal so a trip to the local NAPA goes with the process for me, but as it a CS package i'm sure a quick search (get off your lazy azz) on the MF will give you the answer
the wheels i picked up is not staggered.

From the initial post, you can see that I was interested in picking up a staggered wheel+tires. But I dropped that idea because of not able to swap front/back tires down the road.

Hence, the CS wheels.

fine, ill do a search! -_-
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Old 11-04-2011, 06:36 PM   #12
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most searches say that 85-105 ft lb

and the seatings is acorn type

will post up pictures after wheels are installed
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