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Old 07-31-2013, 07:13 PM
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Wheel/tire threads making me dizzy

I've looked through 30+ pages now at wheel and tire threads and don't think I've found an answer yet. I have an 08 F250 Lariat CC 4x4, stock height. I want to get some aftermarket wheels and tires. How big can I go without rubbing? I like the stock height so not looking to lift plus I do a lot of towing

Would I be alright with a 20x9 0 offset and a 35x12.5x20 setup?

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My buddy has an 08 ext cab f250. He has his wheel well pulled back, running 20s on 3512.50. Doesnt rub. Im running 3512.5018 on my 06, wheel well pulled back and I dont rub unless im turning and hit a big bump. Both trucks stock height, im just waiting on my newton kit to come in!

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Old 07-31-2013, 07:35 PM
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I've looked through 30+ pages now at wheel and tire threads and don't think I've found an answer yet. I have an 08 F250 Lariat CC 4x4, stock height. I want to get some aftermarket wheels and tires. How big can I go without rubbing? I like the stock height so not looking to lift plus I do a lot of towing

Would I be alright with a 20x9 0 offset and a 35x12.5x20 setup?

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You can run between a +24 and a +12 offset 9" wide wheel with 35x12.5 perfectly. With 0 or any negative offset you will be sticking out too far IMO.
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Old thread but figured I'd give my insight/problem. I have +18 offset with 35x12 50x20 and it is hitting my fender flare (oem).
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Old 03-03-2014, 08:13 AM
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I've looked through 30+ pages now at wheel and tire threads and don't think I've found an answer yet. I have an 08 F250 Lariat CC 4x4, stock height. I want to get some aftermarket wheels and tires. How big can I go without rubbing? I like the stock height so not looking to lift plus I do a lot of towing

Would I be alright with a 20x9 0 offset and a 35x12.5x20 setup?

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Just got this exact set up, stock height truck, rubbing on the inner fender liner at about 80-100% lock.
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I have Nitto Trail Grapplers in 285/75-18 on stock 18" wheels. It comes out to a 34.8" tire. I have very slight rubbing at full left lock (none on right lock) and did nothing to my fender wells for clearance.
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