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Old 12-03-2012, 12:36 PM
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Hi, i'm going to order wheel and tire package from U.S. to here Finland.
I have search countless nights for wheels i like and some good tires.
Most i like this wheels: KMC ARMOUR CHROME 20X10
XD 799
http://www.kmcwheels.com/wheels/?whe...d=3&groupid=36
And this tires.
M/T baja atz 305/55 R20

But i would like to see picture from this actual rim 20x10 with ford offset so i could see how much lip the rim have.

Cant find anywhere.
Maby some one have this wheels and could send me a pic or two to help me decide do i realy want this rims.

I realy want to be sure cause return is not realy possible... it takes couple of months over sea shippment to here and shipping costs are about 500$ so no point to return package if need to pay two way shipping about 1000$ or more so that is near of wheels prize...

Thanks adv.Juza

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Old 12-04-2012, 11:51 AM
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here are mine. they are 20x10's with -12 offset and those rims come in -24 offset which will put them about half inch or so more than mine. I also have 305/55/R20 tires so the pics should give ya a really good idea what they will look like




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Old 12-04-2012, 12:14 PM
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wow! does that new truck have same axels than -03 excursion???
cause what i self did measure i was in though that it wouldnt stick out that much..
dont take me wrong i realy like look of your truck but in this country that would be asking trouble with cops and tickets tickets tickets!

and when you say -12 or -24 offset do you mean in metric system like 12mm or something else??
had to ask cause we talk mm here europe and not realy say offset but et numbers.
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whoops, for some reason i was thinking i was in the 6.4 section haha. sorry bout that. the 04 and older take a different offset. yes the -12 refers to -12mm. on 05 and newer superduty's stock have a +44 offset. Im not sure on the older trucks what stock offset is. but i swapped my rims on my buddies truck(2000 f250) which has the same axles as you and he took some pictures. so he is sending them to me now and i will post them up in a little when i get them so you can see. Sorry for the confusion
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ok these are the same exact rims on 2000 f250, so on your truck they would stick out a tad more than in these pics with -24 offset

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here is pics with my current summer tires 325/50 R22
not sure about the offset but they not stick out at all but rub badly on front leafs...
thats why i want new ones so i calculate that 305/55 R20 would be so much smaller tire that i could bring it out about inch or more and it shouldn stick out so much than i eould have the space i need behind of the wheel.
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Old 12-04-2012, 12:48 PM
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no worries im just glad that i get some help here.

i didnt find any info about stock -03 wheel offset

and i sure wount go out and take tire off and look for three reason
1. its 20 min to mid night here now
2. its pitch black out there
3. temp gauge show reading -7*F


should go to sleep now to get solid six hour sleep before had to go back to work..

but i still want to find more info and pic from that size xd series chrome armour wheel and see how deep the lip is in that wheel..

thanks about the pictures that gives me a good idea i just might be on right tracks with this ... maby
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Still looking pics from actual rim...

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Or do any have a picture of fuel hostage rim with same specs? Seems like the armour rim is in back order...
I would like to buy wheels and tires before new year that i would get those before spring.
I take 2-3 months via sea cargo to get those here.

So any help would be great.

Thanks and mery xmas to evryone.

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99-04 BS & Offset

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Originally Posted by juzatheman View Post
no worries im just glad that i get some help here.

i didnt find any info about stock -03 wheel offset

and i sure wount go out and take tire off and look for three reason
1. its 20 min to mid night here now
2. its pitch black out there
3. temp gauge show reading -7*F


should go to sleep now to get solid six hour sleep before had to go back to work..

but i still want to find more info and pic from that size xd series chrome armour wheel and see how deep the lip is in that wheel..

thanks about the pictures that gives me a good idea i just might be on right tracks with this ... maby
The 'Offset' on 99-04 Superduties is 'Zero' with a 4.5" (114.3mm) Backspace.

What is considered as the perfect combo for 99-04 Superduty 4X4 leaf spring trucks is 4.5" BS and Zero Offset .
Any Backspace over 5 will have tyre rub on leaf springs.


Cheers,
Reg
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