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Old 03-16-2014, 06:15 PM
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20x10 -24 offset?

anyone run this offset? i have a 1.5" leveling kit on my truck and wanting to see if i can get by with a -24 offset. i had on my truck before 20x10 with -12 offset with 305/55/20 tires(33.5x12.6). i was looking to run 33x12.5x20 toyo mt and heard they run small. do you think this tire would fit without rubbing on the -24 or should i just go back with the -12 again? i swore i wasnt gonna do the tires that far out again due to the mess it makes but it looks so good! post pics if ya got any, im not sure how much further they will stick out
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I think it depends on the wheel. I had some moto metal and eagle alloys with -12 offset. They were not aggressive enough for me so I bought fuel with -24. I was really dissapointed when I got them cause the dish/lip was the same the only difference was the fuel had what looked like a machined spacer to offset them a bit more. Not sure if it was just the wheel they ordered me or if all -24 fuels are like that.either way I couldn't tell a difference so I finally bought fuel 2 piece -44 and I'm happy................... Too bad my wife isn't over joyed about the new wheels like I am
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I can't post pics on here but if you want pm me and I can text you a pic when I had -24 and how far they stuck out
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I ran the xd diesels 20x10 -24mm with 295 60 20 (34x12r20) and didn't rub at all.



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I think it depends on the wheel. I had some moto metal and eagle alloys with -12 offset. They were not aggressive enough for me so I bought fuel with -24. I was really dissapointed when I got them cause the dish/lip was the same the only difference was the fuel had what looked like a machined spacer to offset them a bit more. Not sure if it was just the wheel they ordered me or if all -24 fuels are like that.either way I couldn't tell a difference so I finally bought fuel 2 piece -44 and I'm happy................... Too bad my wife isn't over joyed about the new wheels like I am
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I ran the xd diesels 20x10 -24mm with 295 60 20 (34x12r20) and didn't rub at all.



was that with a leveling kit or still at stock height?
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Old 03-17-2014, 06:19 PM
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It was with the 1.5" leveling kit. The 6.4's and 6.7's should be pretty close when it comes to clearance, right?

It's kind of funny you started this thread, cause I did the same thing. I hated all the shiz that got thrown on my truck with the 20x10's so i went to a 20x9 witha 0 offset. That being said.......... My new 20x10's will be in anyday. lol I threw on some fender flares though, so it shouldn't be as bad.
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It was with the 1.5" leveling kit. The 6.4's and 6.7's should be pretty close when it comes to clearance, right?

It's kind of funny you started this thread, cause I did the same thing. I hated all the shiz that got thrown on my truck with the 20x10's so i went to a 20x9 witha 0 offset. That being said.......... My new 20x10's will be in anyday. lol I threw on some fender flares though, so it shouldn't be as bad.
im not sure, i think the 6.7s have a little more room. i cant decide on tires either. i want an all terrain that had a good looking sidewall but most all terrains dont look very aggressive lol. i was looking at toyo mt 33x12.5x20 but people say they run small and looking at pics they kinda look small so i have no idea what to do. im going from looking at so many pictures
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I have 20x10 on mine with a -24 offset. I'm running 37x12.5 tires. IMO they stick out too far to run without some sort of fender flare on the truck. They stuck out too much and looked dumb. With the flares on it looks much better IMO.
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I think the toyo at II "Xtreme" has a decent side tread. The xtreme only comes in certain sizes, so you'll have to check into that. Here are mine.




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