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Old 06-26-2013, 09:59 AM
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4.5 lift 35s on 20x12

I'm getting ready to convert my truck to a coil spring front end and I'm going to run 20x12 Fuel octanes and 35 12.50 Toyo's. Does anybody have pictures of a similar setup on a 4.5 inch lift. I've been looking everywhere for pictures for like a week.
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Old 06-26-2013, 10:05 AM
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Just search google images for "superduty 20x12 on 35's"

Here: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&s...h=556&imgdii=_

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Old 06-26-2013, 11:09 AM
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Like I said before I've been searching everywhere for a week and haven't come up with much. Either I find 20x12s with a 6 inch lift or 20x10s with a 4.5 I figured by asking a direct question somebody with the combo I'm looking for would see it and post. On a similar note if you find one on another site feel free to share the link with me.
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Here is my friends 2000 that we put 08 running gear. Has an icon 4.5" lift, OUO ALA arms, OUO traction bars, 20x10's and 35's...















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You think 12s would clear? That's a tough looking truck btw.
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I don't know if you can run a 12" wide wheel.... probably would rub..
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Here is my friends 2000 that we put 08 running gear. Has an icon 4.5" lift, OUO ALA arms, OUO traction bars, 20x10's and 35's...
How does one go about getting a setup like this? I had no idea you could convert like that, this would perfectly fit what I am looking for.
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Old 07-07-2013, 11:57 AM
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20"x 12" wheels are a little to much for 12.5" tires, the tread width will sit even with the wheel lip. Making the sidewalls bulge or appear bulged from stretching the tire to seat the bead. This also provides virtually no protection for the rims near curbs or going off-road.

Unless your future plans include more lift and bigger tires, I would look at 20" x 10" wheels the backspacing is just about the same.

Of course this is unless you have already got the wheels.
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Old 07-08-2013, 09:15 AM
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How does one go about getting a setup like this? I had no idea you could convert like that, this would perfectly fit what I am looking for.
Find yourself a 05+ rolling chassis at a junkyard! It isn't too hard to do but it is a little time consuming. I think you can find that rolling chassis for around 3k. If you get an 08+ get yourself an 05 track rod bracket. You have to drill a few holes in the frame and everything bolts on.
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Alright, thanks man. Looks like I better start making some phone calls. Haha


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