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Old 04-03-2010, 08:13 AM
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Who's running a 20x12 on a 13.50 tire?

I'm trying to decide between 20x10's or 20x12's for my 40x13.50R20 MT Baja Claws. I LOVE the look of a deep dished wheel but I don't want them to look stupid. I have a set of 20x10's on order and they will ship out monday and be at my house on wednesday but I still have time to change to a 20x12 if I want before they ship out. Originally I was going with 20x12's but the ones I wanted were discontinued. If anyone has experience or pics please post them!
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I am but only 35's
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Im running a 24x12 on a 37x13.50. it's completely possible. I have a friend that's running 20x12 weld sandstorms on 40x13.50x20 baja claws and it looks REALLY good actually so yes it's possible without looking dumb

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I am but only 35's
were are you located in Florida i am interested in your rims
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just google 20x12 and you will find alot of trucks run 13.50. Especially here in cali, they call it the cen-cal look. These guys run 24x12 on 33's or 35's. So yes its possible and will look good.
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were are you located in Florida i am interested in your rims
Sorry sold my old rims already.
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