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Need your expertise on fitment.

I have a 2012 F250. I am going to put a Carli Pintop 2.5 inch lift on it. Carli website says that the kit will "level 2.5 of lift on front" and "2.5 of lift on rear" also "vehicle is leveled". I take it as this is a 2.5" lift (I have not talked to Carli yet). I am wanting some BMF Rehab wheels and some Toyo AT2 or MT on it. My question is will a 20x10 with -19 offset with a 35x12.5 tire fit without rubbing? Also what about 37x13.5 on same rim?

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35- no, 37- yes. With trimming the 37's will as well though.


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Re: Need your expertise on fitment.

You mean 35 - yes and 37 - no??

Hhow much trimming are you talking about?

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Need your expertise on fitment.

Yes to the 35's on 20x10's, probably no to 37's on 20x10's. there is a guy on here with a pintop and 37's on 17x9 iirc and it rubbed.


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Re: Need your expertise on fitment.

Yea I figured that the 35's would fit but I was worried about the -19 backspacing. I just dont know if I want to go with 35's on a 20" rim. There will not be very much sidewall to absorb bumps and such. I just really dont want to spend $3500 on a lift and have the tire/rim combo to kill what Carli will do. I wish BMF would make the Rehab's in 18" then I would have 35's on 18's and be done with it.

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The front is lifted 2.5" and the rear of a F250 is lifted 2" (basically level from the factory) and the 350s are lifted 2.5" front and about 1" in the rear (utilizing an f250 block and Carli Add a pack).

We recommend 35" tires on the leveling systems. I ran Toyo 37" on mine and it rubbed the radius arm with stock wheels but overall, cleared surprisingly well! We recommend a 9" wide wheels with 5"-5.5" of backspacing (around +12mm). The 20x10s at which you're looking will most likely work but will require you to trim as they're a 4.7" backspacing.


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Can't be certain on the '12, but on mine, I had to trim a good portion of the wheel well liner to stop the rubbing at full lock. Man it was loud. 20x10 wheels with a -12 offset, 35x12.50 tires, 2.5" lift.

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Re: Need your expertise on fitment.

I think that I am just going to get 20x9 with 0 offset and run 35's

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Im planning on doing the Pin Top 4.5 and want to run 22x10.5 BMFs with 37x13.50 Toyos. Was told by a awesome member on here to run -12 back spacing and I will probably have to trim. But it is what it is.
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