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post #1 of 10 Old 02-07-2010, 05:44 PM Thread Starter
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18"or 20" rockstars and 35's?

Any one have pic of a 99ish PSD on 18 or 20 black rockstars and 35's?

Wantin to throw a levelin kit on along with some 18's or 20's with 35's tryin to get a feeler pic

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I have the 18" Black Monsters and with 35's. Pic in signature

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You will not fit the 20" rockstar with a 35" tire on a 99-04 superduty with just a leveling kit. The 20" wheel at the minimum is a 20x10 with a -24 offset. That will push the wheel way out and probably will not rub the leaf spring, but it will hit the bumper. The 18" rockstars are a 18x9 with a 0 offset and will clear with a 325/60/18 but will rub the leaf spring with that wide of a tire in full lock.
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Here r my 35x12x20 toyo mt's on 20x9 kmc revolvers on my 08 fx4 with no leveling kit. They fit perfect
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The 05 and up superdutys hold a different offset which doesn't work for us 04 and older guys. Also the FX4 sits higher so you can fit a bigger tire.
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How much was the total for the xd rims and toyo tires?
I want something similar to this on my 04
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I got them for $2200 shipped to my door from rimzoneonline, good dealer to buy from i thought
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What would ride better the 18's or 20's?
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Technically, the 18's will give a better ride simply because there is more tire to absorb the various road bumps. Will you notice it, maybe, maybe not. A good suspension can make up for what the tires don't absorb.

Another thing to remember is cost. Tires for 20in wheels will cost you more then those for 18in wheels. I went with 35's on 18's because I like the offroad look better then a low profile look.

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