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Old 02-06-2013, 09:12 AM
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2005 F250 - Xd Monster? Offset?

Hello,

I am looking at purchasing a set of XD monster wheels that are 20" and a set of toyo MT's that are 37". Do the monster's stick out enough to not scrub? I want them to stick out maybe 2 inches past the fenderwall cause I like that look, will these do that?

What kind of offset should I need?

ANd if you have pictures of you running these 20"s on your F250, can you post them?
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U need to read up on offset or backspacing. Those xd monstera are 20x9 if i remember and -12 offset. I'm not sure how far they stick out in inches but my wheels are the same width and offset. The pocket bushwackers cover them perfectly, which I think is 2 inches of coverage. Dont have a pic
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I've worked at a tire shop for 3 years of my life, I was mearly asking what offset I need to run for them to stick out enough in my F250, and yes XD monster makes 20x9's, but as I said above, these are the 20x10 model. With a -18 offset. So your saying they stick out 2" with yours so they will stick out just a little bit more with mine, thank you.
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Hello,

I am looking at purchasing a set of XD monster wheels that are 20" and a set of toyo MT's that are 37". Do the monster's stick out enough to not scrub? I want them to stick out maybe 2 inches past the fenderwall cause I like that look, will these do that?

What kind of offset should I need?

ANd if you have pictures of you running these 20"s on your F250, can you post them?
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U need to read up on offset or backspacing. Those xd monstera are 20x9 if i remember and -12 offset. I'm not sure how far they stick out in inches but my wheels are the same width and offset. The pocket bushwackers cover them perfectly, which I think is 2 inches of coverage. Dont have a pic
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I've worked at a tire shop for 3 years of my life, I was mearly asking what offset I need to run for them to stick out enough in my F250, and yes XD monster makes 20x9's, but as I said above, these are the 20x10 model. With a -18 offset. So your saying they stick out 2" with yours so they will stick out just a little bit more with mine, thank you.
Your first post has no info on the wheel width. Also how wide of a 37" tire you looking at?

+40 is stock wheel on 05+. So -18 is 58mm farther out. 58/25.4=2.25" farther out centerline of the wheel.

2.25" Plus 1/2 the extra width of new tire compared to stock, is how much farther out from stock the tires will be sticking out.
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heres -12 on 18's
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dear i_gibson13 can you give me a description of your wheels and tires? And do you have a lift kit on it? If so what because i have this identical truck and am looking to make it look a little better as yours does thanks
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22x11 XDs have -44 offset and really stick out. I may have a set for sale shortly if you want a good deal on 22s
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Hey a rob110142; sorry for the late reply. Info your looking for is in my sig.
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Will the 20x10 stick out further than the 20x9 both with -12 offset?
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