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Old 06-20-2010, 06:37 PM
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rim and tire ?? for a 08 f350

i am looking at the incubus nemisis 20's and dont know what thew bigest tire i can fit on it. (widest and tallest) and what offset i need to have it stick out from the fenders a little bit, not crazy so it takes my paint off .. thanks guys
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Run the +10mm offset and a 295/60R20.
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that offset will make them stick out a little bit? and if i were to go with a 22 what size tire would i need? thanks for the info!
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Both the 20x9 and 22x9 sizes come with either a +10mm offset or +25mm offset. The lower the offset, the more the wheel will push out towards the fenders. The +25mm offset mounted with the 295's will sit flush with your fenders. The +10mm offset will set the wheels outside of the fenders by just over 1/2", not including the tire.

There are currently no LT - 22" tires produced that will fit your application without a lift. I recommend sticking with the 20" wheel and tire combination

-Matt

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Old 06-21-2010, 01:25 PM
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sweet thanks alot!
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