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Old 03-07-2013, 02:22 PM
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Fuel Offroad Octane deep 20x12?

Does anyone have that wheel on a stock height truck? Does anyone know what tire would fit with that wheel on a stock height truck?
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Does anyone have that wheel on a stock height truck? Does anyone know what tire would fit with that wheel on a stock height truck?
Deep dish wheels stick out too far to fit on stock height trucks. You would be clipping your fenders everytime you turn.
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Old 03-08-2013, 04:23 AM
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So on a 2011+ f350 they won't fit, leveling kit should be enough shouldn't it?
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So on a 2011+ f350 they won't fit, leveling kit should be enough shouldn't it?
What is the offset of the wheels, you are looking at?
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Old 03-12-2013, 02:17 AM
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What is the offset of the wheels, you are looking at?
I believe its a -44
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I believe its a -44
That would be sticking out 5.5" farther out then stock! You will rip you fender apart just by turning the steering wheel one full rotation.

So unless your into 37 point u-turns, it's a bad idea...
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Just talk to a guy that had the same setup with 33x13.50's and he said all he did was level it and they were fine. Guess they wont "rip you fender apart"
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Just talk to a guy that had the same setup with 33x13.50's and he said all he did was level it and they were fine. Guess they wont "rip you fender apart"
Good luck with that. Make sure to post pics when you get it done. At full lock too!
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Re: Fuel Offroad Octane deep 20x12?

I could see them fitting with 33s since the truck comes with bigger tires than that stock. It'll look small from the side though.

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I could see them fitting with 33s since the truck comes with bigger tires than that stock. It'll look small from the side though.

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It's not the diameter I am worried about. It is the fact that they are sticking out so far.

And my '11 came with 18" rims which have 32.4" (or 32.8) tires. the 20" come with 34.4". But either way anything 33" and smaller does look small.
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