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325/65R18 offset needed

I have just purchased a set of 325/65R18 duratracs for my 09 F350 and now looking to purchase a set of 18x9 ballistic jester rims. Can anyone help me with the offset i need for the tires to stick past the fender about 2 inchs or so. I know there is lots of talk on here about offsets but can not find anything that helps me me with my year of truck.


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18x9.5 would be -25, that's what mine are with the same tie size.

But looks like Jesters are only available in max of -12 on 18x9's. I don't believe they will stick it as far as your wanting.

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Thanks for the feedback smotrs.
Your truck looks awesome thats the look i''m going for without the lift only putting a leveling kit in.

Now can anyone also help me with how far stampede ruffridrz fender flares stick out? Iv been told they stick out about 2 inchs. Is that correct? I'm trying to make the tire and fender flare match how far they stick out.

Again thanks for any help that can be given
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The more your tires stick out, the more likely they are to contact the body, particularly the trailing edge of the wheel opening. This is why I have to run a 5 inch lift with 35s on a 10 inch wheel. I've got the pounded sheetmetal to prove it, and I can do it pulling into a parking lot with the tires turned just right.

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