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Alright so I have 2004 f250 with a 6.5 inch procomp lift. I am currently running 36x15.50 Mickey Thompson tires and 20x10 bmf novakanes which are -19 offset but I am running a 1/2 spacer making the offset -31 and I have no rubbing issues. When I buy new tires soon I'm going to be buy 37x13.50 toyos and I also want to switch over to 20x12 moto metal 962s which have -44 offset. Does anyone know if this is possible without crazy rubbing issues if anyone has any input id greatly appreciate it!
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Alright so I have 2004 f250 with a 6.5 inch procomp lift. I am currently running 36x15.50 Mickey Thompson tires and 20x10 bmf novakanes which are -19 offset but I am running a 1/2 spacer making the offset -31 and I have no rubbing issues. When I buy new tires soon I'm going to be buy 37x13.50 toyos and I also want to switch over to 20x12 moto metal 962s which have -44 offset. Does anyone know if this is possible without crazy rubbing issues if anyone has any input id greatly appreciate it!
So centerline of your new wheels will be sticking out 1/2" farther from where it is now. But your new tires are 2" skinnier. So in my mind you will have 1 1/2" more clearance on the inside width. And 1/2" more clearance on the outside width.

So 1" taller tire is all you really got to worry about.
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