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Old 10-31-2010, 06:00 PM
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black 6.4s with 20's or 22's stock or leveled pics..

i cant decide what size or rim to go with i want chrome but not sure if i should run 22's with a leveling kit. was looking at kmc badlands and bmf novacaines but im lost lol any pics would be awsome thanks!!
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Old 10-31-2010, 06:33 PM
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2in leveling kit with xd monsters on 35s
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Old 11-01-2010, 05:26 AM
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I'll be watching this thread. I'd like to get 22" Fuel wheels with 35" Toyo's, but not sure if they'll fit on stock height.
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yea thats my ? too i want 22s with 35's but not sure if it will fit.. anybody done this? nice truck btw twin turbo i like the stance for sure
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the two sets of wheels you picked are awesomd. but 22s on just a leveling kit seems like too much wheel and not enough rubber. i think 20s would look good though! plus when you go to 22s you start getting really wide wheels. the fuel rims are 12" wide. you would have a hard time running those on just a leveling kit. but..to each his own, go with the look you want for your truck.
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I believe the Fuel wheels come in a 9.5'' width for the 22s, I'm pretty sure the owner of FCDP got those for his 2011 with Trail Grappler 35s and the 2.5'' Icon lift...

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yeah, youre right. i was thinking of the deep dish wheels. they are the ones that are 12" wide.
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The wheels I'm looking at are 22x11. I prefer the look of a deeper wheel also. I like the 22x14's even better. lol. I have future plans of running a 6" lift with 22's and 37's so that's the reason I'd get 22's and 35's for now. Would save me from having to buy new wheels later.

Getting back to the OP's subject. The issue will be the offset of the wheel. What is the lowest offset you can run with 35's on stock suspension and a 2.5" level?
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