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Old 03-07-2013, 01:31 PM
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Will these fit?

Can I fit Toyo Open Country MT 35/12.50-20 with my 20 inch stock rims on my 4x4 F250 without a lift?
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Will these fit?

Yeah sure can. Got the exact same on mine with no rubbing at all


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Will these fit?

Like he said...with no problems. I'm running Nitto trail grapplers with no issues at all.


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Old 03-08-2013, 04:50 PM
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does anyone know the offset of the stock 20's?
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does anyone know the offset of the stock 20's?
+40, same as the 18" and 17"... Just not the duallys
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+40, same as the 18" and 17"... Just not the duallys
ah yea! i see so many aftermarket rims with a 0 offset, what would that do on a stock height truck? could you still run 35x12.5's?
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ah yea! i see so many aftermarket rims with a 0 offset, what would that do on a stock height truck? could you still run 35x12.5's?
99-04 had a 0 offset stock, Thats why you see so many of them. On '05+ a 0 offset moves the (centerline of the) wheel out 1.5". I think they are sticking out to far on a stock truck. I would be worried about having the wheels turned and hitting a bump, and taking out a fender. On a leveled truck or small lift 0 offset is pretty good looking IMO.

I know there are a couple guys on here running 0 offset on stock trucks, but I think they have the snowplow prep package. There are a few guys running -12 offset on leveled trucks too. Which is another 1/2 farther out then the 0 offset.
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