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post #1 of 23 Old 05-30-2010, 06:10 AM Thread Starter
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20x10" wheel pics

I would like to see some side pics of 20x10 wheels to see how far they stick out past the fenders i know some have different offset's which is good so i can see the difference. choosing the right tire wheel setup s**ks!!
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I run 18x10's with 4.5" backspacing.
That is the correct backspacing for the 99-04 Superdutys but on the 05 and up SD's they stick out about 2".

So if you don't want them to stick out much, you should have around 5-3/4" backspacing.

Here's a pic of mine with 4.5" backspacing:

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Looks like -12 offset 5" backspacing seems to be few and far -24 is most common. i don't know if any less that -12 on a 10" wheels would rub the arms.
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Looks like -12 offset 5" backspacing seems to be few and far -24 is most common. i don't know if any less that -12 on a 10" wheels would rub the arms.
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I have -12 offset on 20X10. I don't have a pic but they stick out pretty far. I would guess about 2 inches. Ill try to get you a pic. 4" lift and and no rubbing.
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Please do i would like to see them!
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This is my rig. 22x10's with a 4.5" bs. Stuck out at least 2 inches, put on some flares and its just right now.








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You can see my specs below. These wheels have a -19 offset. Good luck













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Thanks for the pics that is my main concern if i run 10's will the pocket flares cover them. i really am thinking about just doing the 355/60's on the 9" wheel i see many guys here running 13.50 on 8's and 15.50 on 10's and have no problems so a 14.00 should not be a issue on a 9". i just don't like the selection of 10" wide wheels many 9's i like though.
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here's a few pics, sorry for the quality, camera phone.



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What size tires are they 35's? i think i found some 10" -12 offset wheels i like so i can run the 355/60 a/t's based on all the pics i think pocket flares should cover them.
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