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Wheel ? 9" or 10" Wide

I am going to order a set of Novakane's but don't know if i should go 20x9 or 20x10. Right now i got 35x12.5x20 toyo mt's and might do a bigger lift and 37x13.5x20 later. will a 9" wheel work with a 13.5" tire on it or should i do a 10"? I like the 9" for the 0 off set or 5" BS. and if a 9" wheel will work will it look funny with a 4.5" lift on 37x13.5? Thanks and if you pics of something close post them up.

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I think 9" is the minimum requirement for 13.5's. Get the 10" just in case.

Btw why are you selling those wheels the truck looks awesome?
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I think 9" is the minimum requirement for 13.5's. Get the 10" just in case.

Btw why are you selling those wheels the truck looks awesome?
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I like the way the BMF Novakanes look and i see a lot of my style of wheel around where i live.

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I like the way the BMF Novakanes look and i see a lot of my style of wheel around where i live.
That aint a bad reason and I agree the Novakanes look good.
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I would think it depends more on how much tire you want to stick out. I went with the 20x10 and -19mm offset and a 325/60 Terra Grappler which is 35.35x12.9 wide, you can see the extruded portion of tire:


I rubbed the fender well slightly with my 4.5" lift, I imagine 37s would clear or be the same with your 6" lift.


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Go 10" wide IMO.

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I would get the 10" wide. Just in case you want to get a bigger tire later.

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I would go with the 10's for a 13.50 tire.
I have 18x10's with 35x13.50's and they go together very well



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Get the ten inch wide wheel. I couldn't afford to get the ten inch wheel at the time I bought my new tires so I opted out of even getting 9" wide wheels

With a lift on your truck your tires need to stick out a bit imo

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Get the 10s for sure.

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