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Old 09-12-2013, 07:37 AM
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18x10 -24mm on OBS

So here is the dilemma, I am getting a new set of rims soon and I am heart set on the Moto Metal 962s. I can get a package deal from rimzoneonline with 18x10s (-24mm offset) and Nitto Terra Grapplers (325/60r18). The only thing i'm worried about is how much will they poke past the fender? I know there will be rubbing at full lock and all that. Just curious if these are to wide and if I should just get 18x9s (0 offset) and 305/60r18s. Pictures would be great!
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Old 09-12-2013, 10:25 AM
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Here is that setup. Pic in sig. On 35s. No rubbing at anytime with a little bumper trimming
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Old 09-12-2013, 10:26 AM
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Oh sorry. Just saw you have an f250. Yeah yours will probably rub.
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F250 isn't that much different in height
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Then why do people gain a good 2" when they do a Dana 60 swap
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Then why do people gain a good 2" when they do a Dana 60 swap
i would agree 1.5-2" difference
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HCSTROKER11 do you have any straight down the side pictures or a measurement of how much tire extends outside the fender?
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I gained maybe an inch overall up front, not a big enough difference IMHO, I fit the same wheels and tires under my f250 suspension as I did my f350 set up (305/55/20) same rub at full lock and every now and then I could catch the bumper
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Old 09-12-2013, 02:38 PM
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You also had a full sized Semi tires on your 4x2.
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