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Old 06-25-2012, 06:56 PM
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Can I Roll With 20x10?

Hey guys,

Well unfortunately its time for me to make the investment of getting rims and tires for my ride! I have the front end leveled and bushwhacker pocket style flares. My question as noted in the title is can i roll with 20x10 with 35x12.50s with this setup and have full turn radius? I want to make sure the rim/tire package fill the wheel well out pretty good but I do not want any rub issues. The couple people I have talked to thus far have pointed me in the 20x9 direction but I don't see why the extra inch/offset would be a problem since the bushwhacker sticks out a couple inches already. Let me know what you think. FYI the rim and tire package will be Moto Metal MO962 with Toyo AT Open Country Tires. Again if anyone has problems with those please let me know better to hear it now then find out later.

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Old 06-25-2012, 09:41 PM
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Do you have a leveling kit? I just put 20x10 BMF's with Toyo AT 325/60-20's on my truck hoping my snow plow package (approx 1/1.5" taller front springs) would keep it from rubbing, sadly I was wrong, just ordered a 2.5" leveling kit. Hopefully that does it. FYI I'm not rubbing on the suspension at full lock just the fender at about 1/3 turn. I suspect its from the wider tire with the more aggressive offset.
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Old 06-26-2012, 05:19 AM
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The rim width doesnt mean it sticks out another inch further. It all depends on offset. I have 20x10's on my truck, but only 33's. I have a 1.5" leveling kit and still had to pull the plastic fender back to keep from rubbing but I have -12 offset. The further offset outside fender means more running. 0 offset puts it about .5" outside fender. -12 put the tire about 1.5" outside fender. -24 puts it about 2.5" outside fender. If you have the larger bushwacker flares the -24 will be about flush with those or pretty close. Your for sure gonna need the 2.5" leveling kit if you don't already have it, and most likely gonna need to pull the fenders back. Wouldn't it be nice if a 34" tire was available as a common size lol. I was debating between the two 33 or 35 and just wasn't sure I wanted to make that big of a jump. Plus I don't really like stuffed fenders.
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Old 06-26-2012, 06:27 AM
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Well from the responses I have gotten so far it seems like a 20x9 with 0 offset and 35x12.50s is going to be my best option without rubbing or modding the flares that are on currently. Which i believe will look pretty good i think. Any other tire suggestions?
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