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Old 02-08-2013, 05:41 AM
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Will a 0 offset wheel work on 09 F350??

Hey guys, I am looking to fit 35x12.5R20 with a 0 offset under my 09 F350. I am thinking ICON 2.5 leveling kit stage 1 or 2 and was curious if that offset on a wheel would work without rubbing. Anyone out there have similar offset with their wheels with a 35x12.5R20 with an ICON 2.5 inch leveling kit?
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Old 02-08-2013, 05:49 AM
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plenty of room for a 35" tire with 0 offset and leveling kit. You could get buy with out a leveling kit by pulling the inner fender back most likely. with a 2.5" leveling kit you could do -12 offset if you wanted. I run a -12 in my sig picture.
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Cool, I just wasnt sure since the 0 offset is closer to the frame then most fo you guys run (in the negatives). I just want to make sure I wont rub going from the 33's to the 35's.
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stock rims will clear 35's easy because they are closer to the frame at +40 or 44 offset (dont remember exact). when you do the negative offset it makes the tire move further forward and backwards when turning. So thats why you get the rubbing on the inner fender liner and trimming or pulling it back fixes it. The coil sprung front ends really dont have the issue with rubbing on the frame from what I have seen. Your good to go
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stock rims will clear 35's easy because they are closer to the frame at +40 or 44 offset (dont remember exact). when you do the negative offset it makes the tire move further forward and backwards when turning. So thats why you get the rubbing on the inner fender liner and trimming or pulling it back fixes it. The coil sprung front ends really dont have the issue with rubbing on the frame from what I have seen. Your good to go
I agree. Some don't like the idea of fitting 35x12.50 on stock rims though. It's all a choice.
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Old 02-08-2013, 06:54 AM
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Ok guys you sold me. I appreciate your feedback. Gonna go with the OC AT II's on XD Thumps, with ICON 2.5. As soon as my tax return comes back that is...
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Of course, a -12 offset will give you a wicked stance...
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I definitely like the stance of your truck Ruffstuff. The wheels I'm looking at do not come in a -12 in the 20. I'm still researching wheels though, just trying to avoid copying other trucks as much as possible
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