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Old 09-11-2013, 12:47 PM
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Whos running negative offset?

Well finding the perfect rim has been a hassle. I don't want to lift he truck higher then a leveling kit so my choices related to offset and limited.

20x9 with a 0" Offset will work with the combinations of 35x12.5 Toyo M/T
Now I found a few wheels with the same size just a more negative offset being (-12). That being sad 12mm is equal to what? (.4-.5") Would that much more negative offset kill me and cause severe rubbing?

Anyone running negative offsets and leveled trucks there has to be?
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Well finding the perfect rim has been a hassle. I don't want to lift he truck higher then a leveling kit so my choices related to offset and limited.

20x9 with a 0" Offset will work with the combinations of 35x12.5 Toyo M/T
Now I found a few wheels with the same size just a more negative offset being (-12). That being sad 12mm is equal to what? (.4-.5") Would that much more negative offset kill me and cause severe rubbing?

Anyone running negative offsets and leveled trucks there has to be?
25.4mm is 1". So going -12 from zero is almost 1/2".

There are a couple members rocking 9" wide -12 with 35x12.5. If I remember right they all trimmed the inner fender liner.
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25.4mm is 1". So going -12 from zero is almost 1/2".

There are a couple members rocking 9" wide -12 with 35x12.5. If I remember right they all trimmed the inner fender liner.
That's not true. I had 35x13.50 mtz's on a 9" with -12 offset 4.5 bs and didn't trim anything.
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Old 09-12-2013, 03:47 AM
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That's not true. I had 35x13.50 mtz's on a 9" with -12 offset 4.5 bs and didn't trim anything.
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I know someone was running some negative offset. Around my town everyone runs a Cummins in the patch down here not many guys with leveled F350s running around. Someone who works with me is non-leveled running 18x9 Incubus Crushers with a -12 offset and Toyo M/T 35x12.50R18 and he barley has rub at full lock going over a bump.

I'm trying to get the most aggressive stance possible without hacking the newer truck up. So right now I'm thinking the 20x9 Black Rhino Imperials with -12 Offset will work along with the XD Addicts. Although I'm starting to take a liking to the D251 Fuel Nuts 20x9 Two Piece +1 Offset.
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Old 09-13-2013, 05:16 AM
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Has to be some more guys with negative offset. Pics?
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Here's my 20x9 with 0 offset
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Old 09-16-2013, 07:43 AM
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I would love to see some more pics with the 20's at factory height on 35's or 295's. I also like the offset look. Keep up the pics guys.


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I have a -76 off set lol and I don't rub at all
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I have a -76 off set lol and I don't rub at all
Drop your 10" to a leveling kit and lets see
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Drop your 10" to a leveling kit and lets see
hahaha id need a SAW to hack away my fenders lmao
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