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Old 08-07-2012, 02:13 PM
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Tires bald so in need for rims/wheels plus lift an need offset an BS

So it's about time to get to new tires, so I'm gonna get tires probably some toyos mt in the 20x10 rbp 94r black. I'm also gonna do a icon 4 inch lift stage one most likely. The only thing I don't know is the offset and BS!?!? Help plz I wouldn't mind my tires sticking out either, personally I don't know much bout rims.


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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?
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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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How far would a -20 on a 20x10 rim stick out? Around 2 inches


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