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Old 07-21-2013, 07:31 AM
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Rims and tires help guys

Looking to get BMF R.E.P.R rims 20x10. Truck is a 2011 full load with 20s stock and the fx4 package. was looking to put 34s or 35s for tires.
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Old 07-21-2013, 12:16 PM
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What is the offset on those wheels?
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Old 07-21-2013, 04:47 PM
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I do believe the 20x10 is a -25 offset, I was looking at them when I picked up my rehabs. They have a lot of lip which I like, but stick out much too far for a level kit with a decent sized tire on em. Now a 4-4.5" lift with 35s they would do, but 37s will require trimming to my knowledge.
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Old 07-27-2013, 07:04 AM
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I do believe the 20x10 is a -25 offset, I was looking at them when I picked up my rehabs. They have a lot of lip which I like, but stick out much too far for a level kit with a decent sized tire on em. Now a 4-4.5" lift with 35s they would do, but 37s will require trimming to my knowledge.
Do you own a 6.7? A person I work with has 18" rims with 35" toyo m/ts 12.5wide. He claims the barley rub a full lock.
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Do you own a 6.7? A person I work with has 18" rims with 35" toyo m/ts 12.5wide. He claims the barley rub a full lock.
High drum has a 13.

35x12.5 on stock rims barely rub the radius arm at full lock. But high drum was talking about some wheels with a -25 offset. So apples and oranges here...
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I am referring to 20x10 BMF wheels in general, all are -25 offset and are designed for lifted trucks, not leveled. 20x9 BMF wheels with 0 offset are meant for leveled trucks, this is of coarse if your wanting to run a decent sized tire to fill out the wheel well. If you ran a 20x10 with say a 33x12.5 it probably would only rub a small bit on stock suspension, and no rub in a level kit. But if you run that wide wheel & agressive offset with a 35" tire, you'll probably need a 4" lift or so to clear. Now with the 20x9 wheels, you can run a 35 with a level kit with ZERO rubbing, thats what I am running. Actually, want to buy mine? I wouldn't mind going to 18s with 285/75R18 toyo ATIIs and stock suspension to get my mileage back. Here's a pic:

Maybe I could include the carli starter level kit too if you like.
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I have 18x10" rims with -12 off spacing and 35x12.5" and they rub. I had to trim some of the wheel well liner and there's a bracket for the bumper and the drivers side that I had to "modify." The bracket was the main issue and now it only rubs when you hit a decent bump while turning. Waiting on some blocks that rough country decided not to send me the first time and then the lift will take care of any issues. If you plan on leaving stock ride height I would suggest something smaller if you ever plan to go off road. On the plus side I don't rub on the radius arms.


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Well I'm just going to ask one final last question. What is the biggest tire I can run with those 20x9 with 5.5 backspacing and a 0.00 offset.

With no leveling kit.
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Old 07-28-2013, 02:35 PM
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I hate rims and tires

What about these tires?
295x65R20 (35.1x11.6) Toyo M/T
LT275/65R20 (34.33x10.98) Nitto Trail grapplers
LT295/60R20 (34.45x12.13) Nitto trail grapplers.
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Old 07-28-2013, 06:08 PM
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A 20x9 wheel with 0 offset will be 5" BS, not 5.5" BS. I am sure you will be trimming with the 295/65R20 MT, thats a 35.5" tire. The 295/60 is a 34.5" tire, bout the same height and just a bit wider than the stock 275/65R20s. I would suggest a level kit, it will look better. You may be able to get the 275/65R20 trails to not rub on those wheels, but I would suggest a positive offset, either a +12 or +20
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