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Old 05-25-2010, 05:24 PM
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20x9 fuel octane offset ???

I have a deal on a new set of 20x9" black fuel octane wheels with kumho kl78 355/60/20 at's but i have questions before i buy them the wheels come in a
+01 offset and a +20 what would be the best offset to go with i want the tires under the fender as much as possible but i don't want rubbing i will be running a 6" lift by the way. the tires specs call for a min. 10" wide wheel the guy said they should be fine on the 9's he said the tire companies tend to be a little tight on the width #'s for liability reason's what do you think? does anyone run fuel wheels if so how are they/ if anyone is running some 0 offset wheels please post some side pics of how far they stick past the wells.
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the +20 will keep more under the fender then the +1. But a 9" wide wheel is a little small for a 355 tire. I would try and find a 10" wide wheel or drop down to a 315-325 tire. and when i had a +14 20x9 wheel with 35x12.50 toyos it was even with the fender.
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Thanks for the input i think i am going to do the 37/12.50 or 13.50 x20 instead they are rated for a 9" wheel now i just need to know if i could run the +18 5.75 offset without any rubbing issues i know the 0 offset will work fine i would just like to keep them tucked as much as possible anybody know?
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What kind of deal and whos got them?
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