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Old 06-17-2011, 07:52 PM
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Would they rub???

I'm trying to find some xd rims for sale around me or get them shipped for a decent price but.... They will be 20x10 and stick out about 2 inches so whatever offset that is. I'm gonna stick with a 33" tire that way speedo mpg and quarter mile don't change. Do you guys think that will rub if I'm already running 33" on 18 stock rim. If I have to I'm debating a 1.5" leveling kit

Let me know if anyway is running this and if it will rub without the leveling kit. The tire will prolly be toyo m/t or something like that I might look into kumho road venture m/t but I heard they wear fast

Thanks for all your help. Putting my graduation money to good use. Haha
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No idea on your coil sprung front end, but I just test fitted my 20x10s with 35x12.50r20s on my leveled 250 and they didnt rub anywhere to my surprise...

they will rub on the inner fender for sure if i hit a bump with the wheels to lock, but im not worried about that.

So, no, you should rub at all is my guess.
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You will be fine. Don't you have the plow package? Your truck should be pretty close to level. You could run 35's no problem.
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i have the snow plow package but my truck sits no where close to level. if i remember correct its about 3" off from front to back.
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With 33's you should be ok. Might rub on the inner fender a touch on full lock, but you can solve that problem by trimming it out. I have a 2" leveling kit with 35's and my tires hang out about 2 inches past my fender and I clear no problem.
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ok i will get them and then if they rub do a 1.5" leveling kit, that should be plenty to clear the tires and get rid of my rake
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ok so say im going to buy brand new xd or moto metals, what backspacing and offset do i buy. i want the tires to stick out about 2". i just like that little bit of tire sticking out. will this make it rub any more or what?
thanks, travis
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Old 06-21-2011, 07:07 PM
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ok so say im going to buy brand new xd or moto metals, what backspacing and offset do i buy. i want the tires to stick out about 2". i just like that little bit of tire sticking out. will this make it rub any more or what?
thanks, travis
4.5" backspacing, -12mm ofset for a 9" wide wheel and -24mm offset for a 10" wide wheel...
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awesome, you are the man
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4.5" backspacing, -12mm ofset for a 9" wide wheel and -24mm offset for a 10" wide wheel...
Awesome, you are the man hey your running 33's with a leveling kit, can i see a pic if ya dont mind?
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