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20x10 -19 wheel pics??

Looking at a set of BMF's and dont know if i should go with the 10" wides anyone have any good side pics of them? I will be with a 4.5" lift and
325/60's also pocket flares just dont want them sticking out to far cant keep it clean as is!
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Here is 20x10 -12 offset so yours would be just a tad more outside the fender. Those are with a 13" wide tire. Your would prolly be about even with the pocket fender flares


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I have 20x10 BMF's and they do stick out a couple inches, you should be about perfect with pocket fender flares. I'm running 325/60-20 toyo's. Ill try to remember to get a couple pics tomorrow.

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I think the flares stick out about 2 1/4" same size on the tires pics would be great when you have time!
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Well, here are mine. It looks to have about 2.25" tread sticking out and if you include the sidewall bulge it's about 3" sticking out. And I do have factory flairs although they only stick out maybe .25 compared to a bare fender. Fwiw, I think a 2.25 or 2.5" flair would be perfect.20x10 -19 wheel pics??-imageuploadedbyag-free1374455926.227220.jpg20x10 -19 wheel pics??-imageuploadedbyag-free1374455935.052603.jpg20x10 -19 wheel pics??-imageuploadedbyag-free1374455951.757654.jpg20x10 -19 wheel pics??-imageuploadedbyag-free1374455963.923475.jpg20x10 -19 wheel pics??-imageuploadedbyag-free1374455972.914890.jpg


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Thanks i would have guessed they stick out further than that my 20x9" +14 stuck out about 1" or so past the wells.
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I suppose it will vary a bit depending on the tire. Those are 325/60-20 Toyo open country A/T's. a tire with a more square shoulder might have more tread showing.


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Similar tires i have Hankook atm's same size!
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