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Old 06-20-2013, 06:25 AM
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Leveled 2013 Platinum, New wheels. 20x12??

I have a stage three Ready lift on my truck, Right now I have the stock Platinum wheels with 35x12.50 tires.

I found a steal on a set of LRG rims.

they are 20x12 -44 off set. I really want them. Think I could swap my 35s onto these and make it work??

Im ready to pull the trigger just want to make sure I'm not throwing money away.

I want my truck wide and the tires stretched a little, but not to the point that rip my bumpers off.

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I have a stage three Ready lift on my truck, Right now I have the stock Platinum wheels with 35x12.50 tires.

I found a steal on a set of LRG rims.

they are 20x12 -44 off set. I really want them. Think I could swap my 35s onto these and make it work??

Im ready to pull the trigger just want to make sure I'm not throwing money away.

I want my truck wide and the tires stretched a little, but not to the point that rip my bumpers off.

Thanks
You should be able to run them with minimal trimming. Here's a pic of mine running a 4in Zone lift with 20x10 rims and 37x13.50 tires
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Personally I think that will look like trash. But if thats what you like go for it. A 12" wide wheel with a negative offset that large are suited for trucks with big lifts, not leveled.
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you really need a wider tire for a 12" rim. the offset wont be too bad it just the tires will kinda look stretched on that wide of a wheel. If you want to sell your stock rims and are close to ohio let me know!
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35x12.50's aren't too awful stretched on a 12" wide wheel. I was on the fence for a while about putting that size tire on a 12" wheel but I'm glad I did

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You should be able to run them with minimal trimming. Here's a pic of mine running a 4in Zone lift with 20x10 rims and 37x13.50 tires
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Nice truck!
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Old 06-25-2013, 02:08 PM
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even 33x12.50s arent that bad. i love the way mine looks, wish i could clear 35s but these 33s are alomst hitting the radious arms as it is. with a 2.5" leveling kit, 20x12 FUEL NUTZ, 33x12.50 TOYO MTs.

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Hey BlueOx,

What wheels are you running there?

What's your backspace and offset?

I like that set up!

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ive been wanting to do the same thing on my truck for a while. free bump! also what are you going to do with your platinum wheels if you do get these?
thanks,
brad
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Old 06-27-2013, 09:45 AM
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My main concern would be curb rash on the actual wheel. With the tire barely extending past the wheel, looks like an issue waiting to happen (especially if you actually drive it hard like a truck )
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