So am I. I will weigh each when I switch them out.I have those wheels on my T4. I have swapped tire 3 times. Never had an issue with beads or wheels. I use a Log splitter to break inside bead easy and mount my tires. Tip alert!! I do torque em properly in 3 stages with tq wrench. Curious what the weight is compared to the stock combo???
you are correct.. I just looked it up and the wheels are a 15" x 8" could not find the offset but one would think a 7" rim would work better..I've heard all different sizes for the OEM wheels. I believe they are a 6+2 offset, but honestly don't know. They definitely are NOT 4+3. lol The new wheels are 5+2, so it should be close to factory width, but I bet it's a bit wider. Aftermarket wheels seem to always measure a little different, even with the same claimed offsets.
Tusk recommends rechecking the torque every 50 miles for the first 200 miles. Torque is low at only 20 lbs, so I will likely check them even more often at first. I have to stop and pick up some anti-seize on my way home from work before I can torque anything down. Everything is just finger tight for now.
The could absolutely be mounted on the factory wheels.That is a nice looking set up. One question, as this is all new to me.....can those tires be mounted on the factory wheel? So new to this I didn't realize the 31's were an odd size. Thanks for the post and pics....great info.