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Old 02-14-2013, 01:36 PM
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20x10 & 20x9 Offset and Back Space Question(s)

Truck is a 99-04 F250. Going to be going up 6" with 35/12.5R20 Toyo MT's.

1) Which wheel would stick out the MOST past the fender? Second most? Third most?

Size: 20x10
Offset: -24
BackSpace: 4.50"

or,

Size: 20x10
Offset: -12
BackSpace: 5.00"

or,

Size: 20x9
Offset: +0
BackSpace: 5.00"


2) Is there much of a lip on a Fuel Hostage 20x9 with +0 offset and 5.00" Backspace?

3) 99-04 F250 lug pattern is 8 lug 8x170mm?

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In the order you have them listed. First is the most ....etc
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2) Is there much of a lip on a Fuel Hostage 20x9 with +0 offset and 5.00" Backspace?

As compared to?
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As compared to yours; 20x10 -12mm & 20x10 -24mm

I've seen plenty of pics of the lip of the 20x10 -24mm but very few of the 20x10 -12mm and practically none of the 20x9 +0mm.

I like the width of the 20x9 as i don't want them to sit far out form the fender but also don't want a rim that looks like a flat dinner plate with no lip...
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you honestly cannot judge on a vehicle other than your year range. the suspnesion alone changes the amount of backspacing needed.

on a 99-04 , the 9" wheel with 4.5 bs is a perfect fit, it will aloow for a 37" tire on roughly 3.5 inches of lift with very minimal rub on the leafs. it clears the fender and bumper just fine.
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The reference to the "lip" was made in reference to the Fuel Hostage. I am leaning toward an 20x9 +0mm 5.00" BS. The only other offerings Fuel has in a 20x9 are larger BS (5.25-5.50) and positive offsets.
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A 20X10, -24, would have about 1/2" more lip than mine.
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I actually prefer yours; the -12 offset and 5.00" BS seems to ride nice and tight but also provide lip.

I'm hoping someone with 20x9 Fuels can post some pics. Ive seen a ton of 20x10's and even 22x9.5's - not any 20x9 with positive offset though.
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contact CT Performance, you wont be happy with the 5" BS, even with a 35' tire, i believe it will hit the leaf springs. like i said, when you talk BS with an 05-up truck owner, the front ends change by 2" on either side.

remember
99-04 use 4.5 " bs,
05-up use 6.5 " bs
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contact CT Performance, you wont be happy with the 5" BS, even with a 35' tire, i believe it will hit the leaf springs. like i said, when you talk BS with an 05-up truck owner, the front ends change by 2" on either side.

remember
99-04 use 4.5 " bs,
05-up use 6.5 " bs
can't compare 05+ with 04-. Unless you take into account the 40mm offset difference or almost 2" BS...
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