The circles in the first picture show the bearings. In the second picture, point A is the place which is the center of rotation of both the bearings and point B is the center of the tyre. So there is a distance of approximately 3 or 3.5 inches between these two points.
Now if we have stock rims (5.5" wide), this distance will be less and by putting wider rims (like the existing ones (8.5" wide) will there be any effect on the turning bearings/ hub bearing/ strength of hubs/ strength of studs.
While answering, please ignore all other factors like comfort, mud throwing, beauty, hardening of steering. And should i continue with the same size rims or reduce them by an inch or so?
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