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2005 Nissan Titan
Method Nv 17x9 0
Mastercraft Courser Mxt 37"x12.5"
King Off-road Suspension Lift 4.5"

Method Nv 17x9 0

Method Nv - Machined Black
Front: 17x9
Offset: 0
Backspacing: 5
Stance: Super Aggressive 3"-5"
Rear: 17x9
Offset: 0
Backspacing: 5
Stance: Super Aggressive 3"-5"
Mastercraft Courser Mxt
Suspension: Suspension Lift 4.5"

Suspension Brand: King Off-road

Suspension Details: Longtravel

Rubbing: No rubbing or scrubbing

Front Wheel Spacers: None

Rear Wheel Spacers: 1.5" See Pricing

Details: Fiberglass fenders. Longtravel suspension.

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Do 17x9 0 wheels on 37"x12.5" tires fit on a 2005 Nissan Titan 4WD with King Off-road Suspension Lift 4.5"?

Yes they do! This 2005 Nissan Titan 4WD is running Method Nv 17x9 0 wheels, 37"x12.5" tires with King Off-road Suspension Lift 4.5" suspension, and needs No trimming and has No rubbing or scrubbing. As you can see from the pics this wheel and tire combo can be done!** With this 2005 Nissan Titan, the stance is Super Aggressive 3"-5". Also remember spacers impact fitment, this ride is running None in front and 1.5" in rear.

** We always recommend finding a couple vehicles that have achieved this fitment, as this information is solely based on the owner of this vehicle. Although we review every gallery page, there are so many variables we cannot verify every fitment is possible or accurate. However, if all the other kids are doing it, IT MUST FIT!!

All gallery pages and information are added by the owners, or representatives of the owners of the vehicles. Custom Offsets LLC is not responsible or liable for the information posted on this site. Use at your own risk and always find multiple sources to confirm your wheel, tire, and suspension kit buying decision. 52 views.

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