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factory 20" offset ?

does anyone know the offset of the factory 09' 20" wheels ?
thanks, Chris
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Old 10-16-2009, 06:31 PM
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Rather than have some "I Guess" or "I Heard".
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that chart does not show the offset or backspacing the spacing it shows is just over an 1" thats not right for the backspacing.
thanks for the effort though,
Chris
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The factory 20x8's have a 6" back space.
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thanks for the input i was just wondering because i am lookinhg at some 22" wheels that have a 5 7/8" backspace just wondering how bad they will rub with 37 x13.50 mt's they will keep them inwards like i want but that maybe to much they have a +10 offset.
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Old 10-16-2009, 09:13 PM
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that chart does not show the offset or backspacing the spacing it shows is just over an 1" thats not right for the backspacing.
thanks for the effort though,
Chris
1.57" of inset on a 8" wide wheel equals ~6" of backspacing, strangely enough when the title of the thread you started was " factory 20" offset ?" I thought a chart directly from Ford showing the offset would work...
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i was not trying to be rude i did not know that that 1.57 meant 6" offset i know very little about wheel backspace and offsets thats why i am asking here.
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