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Old 03-08-2010, 03:38 PM
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I finally found a set of wheels i like and they are brand new in the box but used. The guy that had them never put em on his truck and sold the truck. They are Edge Engineering wheels. How are they? Has anyone ever heard of them? They are blk and machined and have a -25mm offset... What the hell does that mean? Will they fit my truck without rubbing the leafspring? They are 20x10s too.
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Never heard of them myself, but a quick Google search shows them all over the place. Haven't located their website though.

A negative offset means the mounting surface is closer to the brake side of the wheel. A positive offset means the mounting surface is closer to the outside of the wheel. So those wheels have a mounting surface which is about an inch (25mm) closer to the brake side of the wheel.

As for rubbing, that I don't know. You may find that they hit the fender before they hit the leaf spring. Just a guess though. Hopefully others with similar setup will chime in with what they have experienced.
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With the 4" lift, you'll be in good shape. Just don't go any taller or wider than a 325/65-20 (35x12.50-20). You may need to do some light trimming on the front bumper plastic.
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yes they will work. that's exactly what I had on my old truck, not that brand but that size with that offset.

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