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Old 01-11-2012, 04:20 PM
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18x10 -24mm offset too much?

I really like negative offsets, but would 18x10 -24mm stick out too much for 325/60/18s (33x13) on stock suspension? Does anyone have any pics of similar setups?
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Old 01-11-2012, 05:00 PM
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Pretty wide, but I wouldn't say too much. If I'd guess, I'd say they're gonna stick out 2 inches or so.
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I have the same size and offset rims, but with 325/65/18's and a 5" lift:



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My 6.0 was set up like that and the problem i had was when it rains the tired were throwing crap on my mirrors. I really needed fender flares.

My 6.4 has same size tires now but factory off set, i love it so much more.

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Old 01-12-2012, 11:45 AM
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Fender flares are on my list of add-ons to do! It does suck in the rain with all the dirt/mud getting thrown all down the side of the truck!
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does anyone know if they would rub on stock suspension?
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Hard to say, I would be worried about rubbing on the inner fender. I would think it would clear the radius arms and suspension fine.

I have 0 offset wheels and 34x11.50 tire with stock suspension. I rubbed on the inner fenders but some tie wire fixed that. Mine stick out about an inch and a half from the fender. With a wider tire stuck out even further I would imagine you would rub the outside edge of the tire on the fender pretty good.

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Even with the tire not far out of the wheel well I still get crap thrown all over the side. Now that its winter and the roads are salted the mirror and the front windows get so bad I cant see out of my mirrors. Plus my truck turns from black to white once it all dries!

I need flares but dont like the look of the pocket style unless you have a good lift and some bigger tires. Oh the price we pay to be different!

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Old 01-16-2012, 08:36 PM
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ok thanks, and i dont like the look of fender flares that much because i like the wheels to stick out but i also wouldnt want a ton of crap all over the side of my truck... just a hard decision to make haha
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