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Old 07-09-2013, 05:48 PM
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ok so today i was coming home from work and i saw a truck that is in the 08-10 body style and it had 20 inch rims they looked to be mazzi hulks. the truck had nothing more than a leveling kit maybe the 2.5 kit from ready lift and 37 inch nittos. i am trying to figure out offset of these i managed to sneak over there with a measuring tape and it looked to be a 10 inch wide rim does anyone know the offset on these and where i could get rims like it to run 37s on my truck with the 3.5 inch ready lift kit
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Old 07-09-2013, 06:08 PM
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these are the pictures i got of it if this helps i looked every where on the truck and it looks like it only has a 2.5 or 3.5 inch lift
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I think hulks come In 11 or 9 wide, google it. I'm sure those were the skinnier ones. I had hulks for two years before they became all pitted. Looked great new but don't last.
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Old 07-10-2013, 02:15 PM
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ok i will check im trying to figure out a way to run 22s on a 3.5 inch lift with 37s just cant figure out what offset i would need to keep from hitting the fender and the trailing arm i dont mind if it rubs a little at full lock but i dont want it to be so bad i cant make tight turns
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Sounds like a bad idea. Good luck and watch out for those speedbumps at the mall.
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Lol what mall and what speed bumps there is nothing like that around here but I just wish I could get the right off set figured out
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The lip on the wheel looks like they would be 20x10. The flares throw it off since they make te wheels tuck in. If you also notice those tires are 12.5" wide. That helps clear them a lot more than what you'll run into w/ a 13.5" tire.

I personally would stick to a 35" tire so you can get a lower offset wheel that doesn't tuck under the fender. Most 22" wheels are 22x9, 22x11, a few 22x12 and 22x14. The x9 will not have much of a lip and have your tires almost flush w/ the fender. I have the 11's and you won't come close to fitting 37's unless you run at least a 6"-7" lift.
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My truck came with them. They look great but are tough to find and therefore expensive. I bought one last year as a spare and it was 450 bucks for a 20"
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