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Old 03-10-2010, 08:23 PM
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Going with 22" mudders, have ??'s need help

I have an early 99 F350 and want some good lookin rims and mud tires. Here is what I have found.

Tires:
Kumho
Kumho Road Venture MT KL71


Specs: rim width 8.5-11 inch, 37x13.5x22, great reviews, load range E

Rims:


Specs: 22"x10", one piece chrome/alloy, offset 10mm

My questions:
Will this offset make the rims stick way out? I don't care for that look.
Will the 37" fit with a rough country 2.5" levling kit (add-a-leaf)?
Will these tires fit on that rim?

Thanks in advance.
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Interco builds a 37x22 M16 as well....I have had the KL71s and now run 40x22 M16s I will tell you I like the Intercos better.
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1. With a 10" wide wheel and a 10mm offset those will not stick out much at all (if any).
2. Don't know.
3. Yes, they'll fit fine.

I'm running 37x13.50-22 Toyo Open Country M/T tires on a set of 22x11 Moto Metal 950 wheels with a -25mm offset (equates to 5" backspace). Mine stick out by a good amount. For the most part, wheels with negative offsets will make the wheel/tire stick out.

Here is a handy conversion chart for you...

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