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Old 04-17-2014, 08:32 PM
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Anyone running 20x12 with a -44 offset?

I have a set of 35x12.5x20 tires sitting here taking up space and can get a great deal from a friend on some 20x12 rims with a -44 offset.....

Where will that put the wheels and tires with a -44 offset?

The truck has a 3" leveling kit and I should not have too much of a problem with running the 35's on a 12" wide wheel as I have seen many do it with minor trimming and pulling the liners back

But my question is where do I end up with the -44 backspacing???

Truck is a 05 F350 CCSB PSD 3" Leveling kit all around...
Thanks guys!!!
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Old 04-19-2014, 07:03 PM
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Fuel Throttle -44 offset

I have the Fuel Throttle Deeps in -44 offset. 4 inch lift. Had to do some trimming.


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Now my problem is I can't even mount these 35x12.5x20 on this 20x12 wheel. Can't seem to mount it with a ratchet straps and a cheetah. Does everyone have trouble mounting 20x12's on 35/12.5?
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I run 20x12 with a -44 but I have a 6" fabtech and I had to do some minor trimming it still rubs in the corners at full lock or heavy compresion
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I have 20x12 -44 with an 8 in lift and 37's. Mine rub a little at full turn and some type of spring depression (very little). The reason I went with the Nitto Trail Grappler is because its not a true 13.50 wide tire. Its actually (in the spec) 12.50. This will make a difference stretching the tire out. As far as mounting, you have to find someone that has a quick valve set up or do it the red neck way with some eather and a lighter!
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Now my problem is I can't even mount these 35x12.5x20 on this 20x12 wheel. Can't seem to mount it with a ratchet straps and a cheetah. Does everyone have trouble mounting 20x12's on 35/12.5?
it takes some talent and patience to mount 12's on 12.

But its not impossible.
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