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Old 11-19-2012, 05:52 PM
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The issue is when you do the negative offset, it makes it rub worse. With a 2.5" leveling kit and -12 offset with 35" tires you should be able to get away with it. You will prolly have to zip tie the plastic inner fender back a little bit. But other than that you should be fine.
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I need some help. i don't understand the whole offset deal. whats the minimum i need to run the american force justice ss 20x12 -40 offset with 33x12.5
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thats a really wide wheel on a little tire. what are you plans for this cause i dont see a lift in your sig and with these wheels you would have to have a lift
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really dont want a lift bigger than a 4.5 inch i pull a 36' fifth wheel and was wantin to know what i could by with
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with a 4.5 inch lift you could run 37s but i dont think you could with a 12 inch wide wheel and a -40 off set that will be sticking out pretty far. if i were you id go with like a 20x10 with a -20 off set or something in that range. a 20x12 could work but you would need a positive off set probably.
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So if I run the 20x10 -25 offset with a 35x1250 and a 2.5 or 3.5 leveling kit I'd be ok
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yep you would be fine
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Decided to go with the Fuel Hostage 20x10 (Stealth Black) and 35x12.50 Toyo OC MT. Should be here in a week or 2.
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