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Old 04-18-2010, 09:38 AM
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the perfect off set for my 2000 F250 4x4??

i am in the search for rims online and was wondering what offset and what width size will work best for my truck. i want it to stick out a little for my 6 inch lift...... any suggestions ??
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I just ordered some 18x9 wheels and 35/12.5 tires. The wheels have 5" backspace and they said they will stick out about 2"
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Old 04-18-2010, 10:13 AM
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I just ordered some 18x9 wheels and 35/12.5 tires. The wheels have 5" backspace and they said they will stick out about 2"

that sounds like a great look . but the problem with me is that i was told that my year truck has a more of a negative off offset then the newer ford. unless someone can correct me!
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Where ever u buy from should be able to tell you what offset u need for your truck to get the look you want.
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around -20 offset would look good
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4.5" backspace is perfect!

On a 9" wide rim, it would equal -12mm offset.

On a 10" wide rim, it would equal -25mm offset.
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4.5" backspace is perfect!

On a 9" wide rim, it would equal -12mm offset.

On a 10" wide rim, it would equal -25mm offset.
would that stick out just bit on my year truck compare to the 6.0s??
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I have a 2003, so it's no different suspension than yours

But yes, mine sticks out, but it's pretty. I am running some fat tires also, 33x13.00x18s.

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I have a 2003, so it's no different suspension than yours

But yes, mine sticks out, but it's pretty. I am running some fat tires also, 33x13.00x18s.

thank you it looks great just what i wanted!!!
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