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Old 08-19-2013, 04:51 PM
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20x12 35" tires

I have a quick question guys I have a level kit on my f250, I currently have 20x9 rims and am about to get 20x12 rims w 35s. Will this new wheel and tire combo fit on a level kit? Thanks
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You are going to have to give the offsets of the wheels.

Im going to say no. Im sure its a big negative offset wheel. So you are already an extra 3 inches wider. then you have to figure out what your backspacing is.....if your 9 inch wheel is a -12 offset and lets say your 12 inch wheel is also the same offset, Which i know its not.....then right off the get go you have an extra 3inches poking out. farther out the wheel ....the more rubbage you may encounter
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I think my 20x9 have a 0 offset, the 20x12 wheels have a -44 offset
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I think my 20x9 have a 0 offset, the 20x12 wheels have a -44 offset
They will not work.

12" wide with a -12 offset might fit, but I doubt it.
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What about a 20x10?
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What about a 20x10?
If the offset is between +12 and -12 they will work.
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