Originally Posted by rdwngs444
Backspacing is Usually around 4.5" so it's pretty negligible unless you want a very specific fitment, but with a lifted truck that's not usually the case.
Offset and width are the two biggest factors in how far a tire/wheel sticks out. Generally the wider the wheel the more negative an offset goes. The easiest way to find the stance you want is to find a truck that fits your liking and go from there. A 10" wide -44 wheel will stick out about 4". Also make sure you get a tire width that fits your liking also, generally most tire widths can stretch onto even a 14" wide wheel but look weird, or a real wide tire can "marshmallow" over a narrow wheel, just depends on what you like. Is this going to be for aesthetics, performance, or both?
My truck is basically a weekend an evening truck because I have a work truck. I do tow a 25 ft enclosed trailer, drag race once in a blue moon but probably won't on toyo mts because of the tread life, and I don't do mud bogging but do see some decent trails that I'm forced to go down around here nothing to major though.
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