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Old 06-18-2010, 03:40 AM
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Leveling Kit 35's with 22's.

I know this has been beat to death but with the Icon 2.5 kit will 35 with 22's fit ok. Looking at KMC Diesel, will the offset be ok, will the wheel be pushed way out of the fender well. Thanks
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Old 06-18-2010, 01:16 PM
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I think this set up will work fine but I dont know about 22's with 35's. I run 22's and 37's and I couldnt imagine having less rubber than that. Depends if you plan on hittin any dirt with it I guess. I would recommend 20's with 35's myself though.
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No dirt, stock wheels and tires will be put back on for any of that, Thanks.
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Will a 35x12.50 fit on the back of my 250?
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Will a 35x12.50 fit on the back of my 250?
yeah, most guys run a 35/12.5 on stock 20's at stock height or with a leveling kit only.
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Old 06-19-2010, 07:47 PM
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yes any 35" will fit with a leveling kit.
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Thanks for the info. The only 35x12.50x22 I can find are the Toyo MT. I would like to keep the tire as far into the fender as I can, I'm not very familiar with offset and backspacing so some help their would be appreciated, I can't even find what the backspacing or offset is on a 22" KMC Diesel. Thanks
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Toyo's MT suck..keep looking..
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Thanks for the info. The only 35x12.50x22 I can find are the Toyo MT. I would like to keep the tire as far into the fender as I can, I'm not very familiar with offset and backspacing so some help their would be appreciated, I can't even find what the backspacing or offset is on a 22" KMC Diesel. Thanks
XD Diesels 20x11 8x170 bolt pattern -25 offset 5.02 backspacing. they r gonna stick out pretty far.figure 11 inch wide rim 5 inch backspacing puts it almost halfway and -25 of an inch more sticking out. u will have more then 6 inches of rim sticking out. the negative offset pushes the rim out and a positve sucks them in.
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Toyo's MT suck..keep looking..
I've heard otherwise, never owned a set. Why do you say that?
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