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post #1 of 4 Old 08-06-2011, 08:55 AM Thread Starter
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Wheel ? need help with offset

I currently have factory 20's on 33" tires. I'm looking into buying a set of 20" FUEL BOOST with 35x12.50's on a 9" wheel. I currently have the RC 3" lift so I know they will clear. I don't want the wheels to stick out too far but I want to make sure they don't rub anything when I turn hard. I believe the available offsets are -12mm +1mm +14mm +20mm. Can some one give me some direction? Thanks in advance! Tim

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anyone????

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A +14 will keep the tires in the well and you wont have any rubbing. if you want a little tire sticking out go with the +1 or -12.


20x9 +14 offset


20x9 0 offset

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The 0 offset doesn't cause any issues? I love the Dura Tracs!
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