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Old 09-29-2012, 08:16 PM
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Pic Request: 4" Lift, 35" tires, Large Negative Offset Rims

Hey everyone. As the title says, I'm looking for pics of some 6.0's with 4" lifts and 35" tires on rims with a decent negative offset. Looking for AT LEAST an offset of -12, if not closer to -24 or even more lol. My current rims are +18 offset. If I lift it 4", I'd like to widen the stance and maybe put some flares on it. Please let me see your pics! Thanks!
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Well I have some 22x14 Diesels on mine, close on the tire size with 36's but an 8" lift.. Im brand new to the forum, I'm still learning sorry if this post isn't helpful..

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Old 09-30-2012, 07:13 PM
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Wow. Truck looks great. I'd be getting a 6 or 8 inch lift if I could afford new rims and tires right now. As it is, I've only put 4000 km on my 35's. If I were smart, I woulda waited a while, lifted 8", and put some 38" to 40" tires on some 24x14 rims with a -76 offset. Stupid me.
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However, that would mean I need to regear and everything, so maybe I just wouldn't do that for now. I dunno. I know my rear pinion needs work in the near future. So if they take it apart, maybe I'll get a reagear then? But only if I'm really looking to lift it high.

Otherwise, I might look for a 4" lift + level, 35x14.5x20 tires, on 20x(12or14) Fuel Hostage Chrome Deep rims. The offset on those is -44 if I use the 20x12's. And -76 if I use the 20x14's. Both sound pretty crazy. I'd love to have those on my truck. lol
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You realize by going for that overly wide look, you will limit your suspension travel and rapidly increase the wear on your front end components right?


Thats a 4" and 35's...dont know the wheel offset though.

Jason
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You realize by going for that overly wide look, you will limit your suspension travel and rapidly increase the wear on your front end components right?


Thats a 4" and 35's...dont know the wheel offset though.

Jason
I know it'll limit suspension travel. That's not a problem for me. How will it wear down the front end so much faster? Just cause the weight is transferred further out, so there's more of a lever being created?
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Also, those are 20x10's? If so, the offset is -24.
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Yeah, moving the centerline of the wheel past the hub bearings will tear them up in a real hurry since well, the stockers are crap to begin with.

Not that it cant be addressed, its just big money for dynatrac BJ's and hubs.

Jason
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That sounds like a lot of expense. For the hubs especially. I'm sure the ball joints aren't horrible. But still.

I was brainstorming with the idea of finding a tire&rim setup wide enough to not only need fender flares to be legal, but also fill them up completely. I saw this awesome super duty with an 8" lift, 40" tires, on a -76 offset, and it completely filled out his cutout fender flares. Had an amazing stace, imo. I'm looking more along the lines of a 4" lift, but was going along with the same idea. Maybe -76 is too much hahah. I'm assuming -24 won't be a problem with the stock parts?
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Pic Request: 4" Lift, 35" tires, Large Negative Offset Rims-kgrhqmokp-e1qmmtvllbntzyot21g-_12.jpg
Pic Request: 4" Lift, 35" tires, Large Negative Offset Rims-img_0024.jpg
These are 20X10 with -25 offset somewhere around 6" and 35s.

Click the pic for a bigger view.

Dik
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