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Old 05-23-2011, 05:09 AM
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BMF's 20x9 or 20x10 on 2011

Getting ready to order my BMF's to go on my 11 that will have a 2.5" Icon kit. I will be running a 36.13.50 for now (because I already have them from a previous vehicle), and then will reevaluate once thety are worn.
I DO NOT want the tires to stick out way past the fender, a couple of inches is fine, but I also want to make sure they clear inner control arms too. So here's my question, should I get a 20x9 with 5" of bs and 0mm offset, or 20x10 with 4.5" of bs and -19" of offset? Lemme know, and post some pics if you have any, thanks!!
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20x9 if you want them to be tucked more under the truck. I have 4.5" BS on my current wheels and I ran 13.5" wide tires and they stuck out quite a bit. EVERY time it rained or I went through a puddle, my entire truck got dirty. Here's a side profile pic so you can see what I am talking about. I would LOVE to have 5" BS on my current wheels, but they aren't available.



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Thanks Evil, good looking truck!! Are those wheels 9" or 10" with 4.5" of bs? What you have is tolerable for me, I don't mind ~2" sticking out, I just don't want them to stick out 3" or more.
My main concern with the 9" wheel is rubbing badly on the inner control arm at full lock.
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Mine would only rub the fender liner at full lock. Pretty sure they are 18x9's with 4.5" BS. I am also running the Icon 2.5" leveling kit.
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Thanks Evil, good looking truck!! Are those wheels 9" or 10" with 4.5" of bs? What you have is tolerable for me, I don't mind ~2" sticking out, I just don't want them to stick out 3" or more.
My main concern with the 9" wheel is rubbing badly on the inner control arm at full lock.
You shouldn't have any issues with rubbing on the radius arm. I run 9" wide wheels with a 5" bs and I am not even close with 37's. The stock wheels are 8" with a 6" bs if I remember correctly.
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Can you post some pics Skyd so I can see how the stance is with them?
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Can you post some pics Skyd so I can see how the stance is with them?
Here you go.......





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