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Old 01-20-2014, 04:49 AM
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Need some help with wheels

I need some help with a set of wheels for my '12 superduty. The truck is white and currently has a 3.5" Readylift Stage 4. I'm debating between 20x9 and 20x10 wheels. In 20x9, I'm debating between 0 and -12 offset. If I go 20x10, I'm not sure about the offset. Most wheels are either -12 or -24 offset. I'll be running a set of Pro Comp Xtreme AT's in 35x12.50R20, which I already have. I don't want to destroy my paint and I don't want to buy a set of fender flares so I don't want them to stick waaaaay out past the fenders. I've searched and searched, and searched many forums but I'm still unsure of what size and offset to get.
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Old 01-20-2014, 10:02 AM
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My first set up had a 3.5" Pro Comp leveling kit with 35x12.5x20 Trail Grapplers on 20x10 American Force Rebels. I think they had an offset of (-24) with 5 inches of backspace. I had no contact issues at all. Here are some pictures so you can get an idea..
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Old 01-20-2014, 01:20 PM
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I'm doing a pure performance 4" kit and running a 315 70R18. I'm going to run an 18x9 method nv, and I'd like to know if I should get a -12 or +18. I don't want the tires out obnoxiously far, but don't want to rub either. Any ideas?
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Im running 20x10 fuel hostages 4.5 backspacing -24 offset on 33/12.50r20 mud grapplers. There pretty harsh on paint. If you really dont want any poke i would go with a 20x9 0 offset.
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Im running 20x10 fuel hostages 4.5 backspacing -24 offset on 33/12.50r20 mud grapplers. There pretty harsh on paint. If you really dont want any poke i would go with a 20x9 0 offset.
What he said^. 20x9 0 offset will stick out past the fender about 1". 20x10 -12 will stick out about 2.5" and maybe a .25" more.
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I have 20x9 with 0 offset and I find them good but out a touch far.


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20x9 +18's are pretty well perfect with 12.5 wides!
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I have 20x9 with 0 offset and I find them good but out a touch far.


It's hard to find pictures like that that show how far they stick out so I appreciate it. I think 0 offset is what I'm after. I like a wide stance but anymore than 0 offset will destroy my paint.
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Old 02-11-2014, 08:17 AM
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any updates, or pics?
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Old 02-18-2014, 06:30 AM
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I have a 2008 F250 that is stock height with a shorter block in the rear to level the truck. Question is... I want to get 35/12.5R20 tires and want to get 20x9 Fuel Krank +1 offset wheels, what kind of issues, if any, can I expect? Will they stick out about 1" from my fenders?
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