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Old 03-02-2013, 09:11 AM
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Ok well now that the lift is on the new rig I'm looking at putting some new rims on her. I know I want to go with a black 20x9 or 20x10 with a nice offset. I'd really like the rims to sit flush with the factory fender flares. Specs of the lift is a 4in zone radius arm lift. And I'll be keeping the same tires with the new wheels, 35x12.50 nitto trail grapplers.
And I know I everybody's gonna say BMF but I'd really like to get them soon and not have a 4 month wait list lol. So post up the pics and suggestions fellas!
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Old 03-02-2013, 09:18 AM
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fuel Nutz or Mavericks
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fuel Nutz or Mavericks
I checked those out too, just seems like everybody is running those on their truck. I'd like to stay with something not as common.


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I like my monsters


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9 inch wheel, with a +20 offset will be closest to stock with no rubbing with those 12.5" wide tires.
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9 inch wheel, with a +20 offset will be closest to stock with no rubbing with those 12.5" wide tires.
That's the reason I'm wanting new rims because I'm rubbing on the driver side radius arm with the current setup I have =\


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I like the hell out of your ride with the factory wheels on...How does it ride with the new lift?
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I like the hell out of your ride with the factory wheels on...How does it ride with the new lift?
Rides pretty good, I'm just having a rubbing issue on the driver side radius arm at full lock. I too like it with the factory rims but this rubbing is driving me crazy lol I'd rather spend the money on a mini Maxx instead of rims lol


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0 offset will put you just a hair outside the factory flares. It will look really good.
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0 offset will put you just a hair outside the factory flares. It will look really good.
Yea that's what I'm hearing. Like I said I'd rather stick with the stock 20s but the rubbing at full lock is driving me crazy lol


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