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Old 05-08-2013, 02:24 PM
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Hey guys im going to be upgrading my tires and wheels on my 08 f-350.. its stock height, I was wondering if I could fit a 35" either going with nitto trails or wranglers.. anyway im thinking about the moto metal m0961 wheels in a 20" so I know the 20x9" offset is -24mm and backspacing is 4.56" and the 20x10 is +18mm with backspacing of 5.71" im not sure what the offset or backspacing is on the stock 18" has anyone ran this set up? with the 35s rub with the set up? or will I have to go to a smaller tire?
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Hey guys im going to be upgrading my tires and wheels on my 08 f-350.. its stock height, I was wondering if I could fit a 35" either going with nitto trails or wranglers.. anyway im thinking about the moto metal m0961 wheels in a 20" so I know the 20x9" offset is -24mm and backspacing is 4.56" and the 20x10 is +18mm with backspacing of 5.71" im not sure what the offset or backspacing is on the stock 18" has anyone ran this set up? with the 35s rub with the set up? or will I have to go to a smaller tire?
Stock offset is +40 on a 8" wide wheel. Those 9" -24mm offset wheels will NOT work.

The 10" wide +18mm will rub the radius arm near full lock with 12.5" wide tires. I think you would want a leveling kit to run them anyways (although they will still rub the radius arm)

35x12.5 works great on stock 08+ fords on a 9" wheel with an offset between +25 and +12.
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Old 05-10-2013, 09:57 PM
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Nitto Trail Grappler 295-65-20 (also marked 35-12-20) on Stock King Ranch 20's
Slight rub on the liner when full lock to the left, nothing to the right.
If I pull the liner away a little, it will be fine, I'm going to fab up something....
2008 F350, stock height, no lift in front.



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Old 05-13-2013, 06:52 AM
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Thanks guys, I went ahead and installed a level.. And going to be installing 35x12.5x20 nitto trails on xd810 wheels!
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Pics! I'm also in the market for rims/tires. Looking at the Toyo OC MT 35x12.5r20/10 at $323 each installed. Not sure on the rims yet but after seeing a few trucks on here I'm thinking they will be -12 offset for sure.
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Pics! I'm also in the market for rims/tires. Looking at the Toyo OC MT 35x12.5r20/10 at $323 each installed. Not sure on the rims yet but after seeing a few trucks on here I'm thinking they will be -12 offset for sure.
You do know the backspacing changes from 8, 9, and 10" wide rims with the same offset right?

What I am saying is a 9" wide rim with a 0 offset has the same backspacing of a 10" wide rim with a -12 offset...
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No I don't know a whole lot about that stuff. Thx for the heads up though.
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