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Old 12-27-2013, 05:28 PM
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Stock height wheel/tire question

Ok guys ive been searching for about a week and cant find an answer for this. Is there any way i can run a 20x10 fuel wheel with -12 or -24 offset on a stock height 2011 f250. Its got the plow package and sits about .5in low in the front. I really want to run a 35/12.50r20 toyo MT or nitto mud grap on them. Ive found 2 guys running setups like this but they are in 6.4s which i assume would be the same as the 6.7. The only thing they had to do was pull the fender liner back. I also found a guy running a fuel hostage 20x10 -24 offset running 33/12.50s stock with no rubbing at all, again a 6.4. If the 35s wont work i got a set of brand new 33/12.50r20 mud grapplers sitting in my garage that could hold me off until spring to get the lift on. Let me know what you guys think. thanks
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If you have wheels sitting in the garage. Throw those on. Because when you get a lift you will want a 37. No sense in buying a set of 35's now and and a set of 37's in the spring when you get your lift. My .02
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If you have wheels sitting in the garage. Throw those on. Because when you get a lift you will want a 37. No sense in buying a set of 35's now and and a set of 37's in the spring when you get your lift. My .02
I dont have the wheels yet just the set of 33s that were for my last truck. Im only doing a 4.5in lift so thats why i want 35s.
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To my knowledge, 35s will not fit on the stock set up without having contact issues, especially with a 10" wide rim. I would just put the 33s on for now, assuming they will not rub, and wait to throw on the 35s when you get the lift.
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I dont have the wheels yet just the set of 33s that were for my last truck. Im only doing a 4.5in lift so thats why i want 35s.
My mistake I meant tires. With a 20x10 and 6" lift you can fit a 37. Just an fyi. Leveling kit you can fit a 20x10 and 35's all day long.
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You may need to trim when running 35" tires and 20x10 wheels on a 2.5" leveling kit. They make 3.5" leveling kits, which would allow you to run that wheel & tire combination without contact issues, but a 4" or 4.5" full suspension lift kit will probably yield a better ride quality. Just as an example, SteelNC has a 4" Pure Performance lift and will be running 35s & 20x10s. Also, Carli'd6.7 has a 4.5" Carli lift and is currently running that wheel & tire combination.
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4.5 is a nice set up. I don't tow heavy so I'm going with a 20x12 wheel wrapped in 37's with 8" Fabtech 4 link suspension. Now if I can just find a set of 37 toyo mt!!!!
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thanks guys. Ill be ordering a set of 20x10 fuel hostages -24 offset and running my 33in mud grapplers on it for a while until i decide what size lift i want.
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Smartest thing to do! If you think you may want 37's order them now!
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Possible change in plans, buddy wants to buy the 33s i have. Anybody know if i can run a 20x9 +1 offset fuel hostage and 35/12.50r20 toyo open country MT on stock setup?
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