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Old 06-04-2010, 06:49 AM
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20x12s vs 22x14s

Hey guys, plans changed for my 09 ccsb. I will now be running a PMF lift from Trevor, custom built set up to run coilovers. the lift will be 8"-10" and I am either going to run the 20x12 Fuel Offroad Hostages on Toyo Open Country MTs 38/15.50/20. The other Option is set the truck at 10" and run the 22x14 on 40/15.50/22s.

Let me know what you think would look best. I know a x14 is WIDE, and I like them to stick out, but I dont want them to stick out TOO FAR to where it looks rediculous. let me know guys!!!!!
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Old 06-04-2010, 06:57 AM
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20x12 would be sick. The 14s are way too wide. Just my opinion.
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i have 20x12 wheels. 22x14 would be sick. Can never be too wide! haha.. Good Luck!
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thanks guys. any Idea how far the 22x14s would stick out? I mean I like them to, but it still has to look good. theres a point when it looks retarded.. it has a -76 offset, so where will that put me man?
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id say over half the wheel will stick out. I have 20x9s with a -12 offset and they stick out about an inch.
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yeah thats a little too much. I think for now, Ill run 20x12s on 38s, then maybe go bigger down the road if I want.
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that will look sweet
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