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Old 10-05-2009, 07:37 PM
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Question 35x12.50's on 20x12??

I have a 05 with a 4 inch lift, and 35's on stock wheels. Not really fond of the look. I'm really thinking about going with 35x12.50 toyo mt's on KMC Diesel 20x12's, and was wondering if anyone was running a similar setup.
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Old 10-06-2009, 02:25 PM
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What about 20x10's, anyone running 35x12.50's on 20x10's?
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Old 10-09-2009, 12:35 AM
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I have 20x10 with 35x13.50, I to am thinking about doing 20x12

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I have a 05 with a 4 inch lift, and 35's on stock wheels. Not really fond of the look. I'm really thinking about going with 35x12.50 toyo mt's on KMC Diesel 20x12's, and was wondering if anyone was running a similar setup.
By the way though you would like to know, KMC Diesel in 20x12 are out of stock and on backorder till like January. They can make any more till they get at least 40 orders. Pretty weak I know, i was looking at the same wheels. Its hard to find any 20x12's especially good looking ones.
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there is a 2/3 rule, multiply tire width by two (12.5" x 2 = 25) divide by 3 (25/3=8.33 wide rim)

id stick with the 10", 12" wide rim would be too wide IMO.
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20X10s would be fine but I wouldent go for the 20X12s.
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I think wider looks better, I have 20x10s now but i want 20x12s. Here is a pic of a dodge i found with 20x12 and 35x12.50s


Awesome looking set up IMO

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Old 10-25-2009, 05:08 PM
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Actually i would really love to get some 36x15.50 MT Baja ATZ to go with the 20x12's just cant afford it right now, I still think the 35x13.50 look good though.
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I am running dick cepek 20x12 wheels with 35/12.50-20 Toyo open country Mt's. I have been running them for about 25,000 miles with no problems. I really wish toyo would make a 35/13.50 in the mt cause on the 12" wheel the tread is basically the same width as the wheel, so you have to be careful when you are close to tall sidewalks or curbs they can catch your wheel the only reason it looks ok is because of the sidewall tread on the mt's. Overall I have been very happy with this setup, I love the wide look!!! I could prolly get some picts if someone would like to see them.
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I am running dick cepek 20x12 wheels with 35/12.50-20 Toyo open country Mt's. I have been running them for about 25,000 miles with no problems. I really wish toyo would make a 35/13.50 in the mt cause on the 12" wheel the tread is basically the same width as the wheel, so you have to be careful when you are close to tall sidewalks or curbs they can catch your wheel the only reason it looks ok is because of the sidewall tread on the mt's. Overall I have been very happy with this setup, I love the wide look!!! I could prolly get some picts if someone would like to see them.
Post a pic lets see this thing sounds pretty sick
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