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Old 02-04-2013, 02:55 PM
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Alright guys first off I'm oblivious when it comes to this kind of stuff so bare with me. I want to keep my truck stock height but I want to put some 20x12 rims on her. What kind of offset would I be looking at? Also I want to keep the tire size compatable with the stock 275s so what size tire also? I know I'm asking for a lot to do all this without a lift let alone a leveling kit but I have seen some trucks with this kind of set up locally and I thought it looked good. Any and all help would be very much appreciated guys. Thanks.
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You're going to cut your front bumper and inner fender Well quite a bit with that size width, try to get an offset as close to 0 as possible
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Would a 2in leveling kit help? Or should I just say screw it and get 20x10?
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i had 22x10's on my stock F150 and they barely rubbed the inner well. I mean barely! So go with the 20x10. Thats plenty wide
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What do I need?-my-trudy.jpg
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Cool I think I'll just go with 20x10s. Should I still keep the offset at 0?
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I can't remeber what offset I had on my 22's. If there was an offset it was minimal at best
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my sig pic of my 6.4 has 20x10" -12 offset rims with 305/55/R20(33.2" tall and 12.6" wide) trail grapplers. When i was at stock height it rubbed the plastic inner fender so I pulled them back with a zip tie and solved that. I leveled it 1.5" and took off the zip ties and doesnt rub at all. Before it barely rubbed, just enough to hear it when at full lock. Let me know if ya want me to post more pics. You could get a -24 offset if you wanted them out more but you would need atleast a 2.5" leveling kit with that offset and 33" tires(stock size).
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20x12 and stock height

Facepalm :0

I don't even like 20x12s on a lifted truck though but to each there own
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my sig pic of my 6.4 has 20x10" -12 offset rims with 305/55/R20(33.2" tall and 12.6" wide) trail grapplers. When i was at stock height it rubbed the plastic inner fender so I pulled them back with a zip tie and solved that. I leveled it 1.5" and took off the zip ties and doesnt rub at all. Before it barely rubbed, just enough to hear it when at full lock. Let me know if ya want me to post more pics. You could get a -24 offset if you wanted them out more but you would need atleast a 2.5" leveling kit with that offset and 33" tires(stock size).
That would be great of you could post a few more pics. I see you live in Cincinnati I'm working just a little south Dayton right now.



Thanks for everyone's help. Apreciate all the replys guys!!

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