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Old 11-30-2011, 04:33 PM
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too much offset for 35s and leveling kit? pics?

I am looking at getting a 2.5" leveling kit and I want to add some 35x12.50x20 toyo mt's or 325/60/20 in a different tire. I want a 20x10 wheel that sticks out from the wheel well. And i was wondering how negative of an offset i could get without there being serious rubbing issues? Also, i would appreciate it if people posted some pics of their leveled trucks so i could get a feel on how it would look.
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i wouldnt go - offset factory offset is like +44 so id go with 0 or mayb a little positive unless u wana mexicanize it with half the tire hangin out. jmo. check out the 20x9 novakanes i like those but there pricey
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I had 35's on 20x10's on my 06 with 3 inches of lift in the front with bald tires and they hit hard on the back of the fender.
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I have 325x65x18's on 18x9 hostages with a +1 offset and they stick out 1.5" from the edge of the fender. They are perfect. Any wider and it would look as someone said Mexicanized.
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leveled... with 20x9 novakanes....0 offset......20 x10 will be sticking out a ways
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Ok, thanks for the replies, and ya i definitely dont want it to look mexicanized... does anyone have any pics of how far their tires stick out?
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Ok, thanks for the replies, and ya i definitely dont want it to look mexicanized... does anyone have any pics of how far their tires stick out?
id say the 20x9 ;s with 0 offset stick out about 1.5 to 2 inches
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