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Old 02-08-2013, 02:35 PM
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20x9 wheels and 35's on stock truck

hey guys i am wanting to order some 20x9 fuel maverick's and 35x12.5 toyo at2's.

the truck is completely stock with no leveling kit in the plans, what offset of wheel is reccomended? i was told i would want an offest of 0 so that the tires just stick out of the wheel well maybe a half inch.

what do you guys say?

the trucks a 2012 f250 diesel

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hey guys i am wanting to order some 20x9 fuel maverick's and 35x12.5 toyo at2's.

the truck is completely stock with no leveling kit in the plans, what offset of wheel is reccomended? i was told i would want an offest of 0 so that the tires just stick out of the wheel well maybe a half inch.

what do you guys say?

the trucks a 2012 f250 diesel
Stock tires are 11" wide on a +40 offset. So going to a zero offset is 40mm farther out (1.6") plus 1/2 the new extra width 1.5"/2= .75".

So those would stick out 2.35" farther out then stock! (way to much in my opinion.

I would look for wheels with +20 +-5 Offset. They would stick out about 1.5" farther out then stock. And not have any clearance issues on the radius arm.
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Look at my public profile if you get a chance. I have 34.5x11.5 tires on my OEM wheels. I have never rubbed anything, even at full lock going over the gutter.
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big laing, what do you mean by +20 +-5.... is that two different offsets that would work or is that the proper way of saying it? if i call to order the 20x9 fuel mavericks what exactly should i tell them i want to order?
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big laing, what do you mean by +20 +-5.... is that two different offsets that would work or is that the proper way of saying it? if i call to order the 20x9 fuel mavericks what exactly should i tell them i want to order?
Its a range of what offset you should be looking at From +25 to +15. So if they have that wheel in say a +22 offset or +18 offset that would work great.

Sorry about the +- it's a machinist/engineeering thing.
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Stock tires are 11" wide on a +40 offset. So going to a zero offset is 40mm farther out (1.6") plus 1/2 the new extra width 1.5"/2= .75".

So those would stick out 2.35" farther out then stock! (way to much in my opinion.

I would look for wheels with +20 +-5 Offset. They would stick out about 1.5" farther out then stock. And not have any clearance issues on the radius arm.


Boooooo... To your opinion!
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Boooooo... To your opinion!
Haha, With a lift it would be fine. But stock f250 no way.
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Haha, With a lift it would be fine. But stock f250 no way.
Then Booooooo to no lift!
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Then Booooooo to no lift!
Now that to.
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i found the wheels i want with a +20 offset... no what happens if one day down the road i want to add a leveling kit?? will these still look alright?
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