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BMF 20x10 w/ 37x13.50 on Icon 4.5"

In about 2 weeks my truck (2005 F250 CCLB) will be out of the shop and I will have installed my Icon 4.5" stage 1. I will also be ordering new rims and tires to go with it.

I have my eye set on BMF Novakanes 20x10 with -19 offset. I want to run Toyo OC MTs in 37x13.50x20.

I don't mind doing some trimming to avoid the rubbing but don't want my fender ripped off going over railroad tracks. I don't go off-roading but do occasionally drive through some ruts at the hunting camp.

I can't seem to find any photos of this exact setup and when I find one close there is no comment about rubbing. I do want the wider stance so figured the -19 offset would take care of that.

Will this setup work on my truck with minimal trimming and will it give me that wider stance sticking out 1-2"s. Pictures would be great but if you ran something similar in the past a comment is fine.
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Forgot to mention the rims have -19 offset with 4.75 backspace.
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Hmmm, I would love to see this but after all the research I've done (same lift and same wheels) those tires are going to be too big. They'll fit and turn some, but definitely catch the fender when you even tempt close to full lock..I think... so don't quote me on that. Also in my opinion it'll just be too big of tire and not enough lift. If I was going to go 37s I'd definitely go with a 6" any day. Anyone else know??

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Here is 4.5" and 35s with the Novakanes[IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG]

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^^^^ Good Looking Truck !

And OP at that lift hight you have two options, the 20x10 on a 35, or to run the 37 you will have to go to the 20x9 with 0 offset and still have to trim. I know for me I had to go 8" to tuck my 37's on a 20x10 -24 offset and I got the bumper spaced and still trimmed. But I can get full range out of my suspension

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Very nice truck. Thanks for all the help guys. Looks like it's going to be the 20x9 and 37s. I'm kinda stuck on 37s for whatever reason.
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Definitely post pictures because I want to go 37s as well but didn't want to go 6" tall

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I am also interested in a four and a half inch lift and trying to tuck 37" on 18" or 20" wheels.

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Lots of guys do it with minor trimming. I'm going to give it a try. We shall see. Mine will be 20x10 with -19 offset and 4.75 backspacing.
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