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Old 02-17-2013, 08:59 PM
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Another one...lost on what fits backspacing/offsets

Ok so my 2006 f250 4x4 KR CC needs tires, it has the random 18 inch KR wheels that i dont like so i figured id take this time to also upgrade the wheels...

For the life of me i cant wrap my head around this back spacing issue for the 2005-2007 trucks... im looking at some eagle alloys 511's 20x10 -14 4.887 with a 305/55r20 or 35x12.50 tire maybe

Im also going to be doing a 2.5 leveling kit and perhaps the 350 blocks if needed and thats it for a lift


So do we think the wheels will fit okay? im okay with them hanging out some...

i have been browsing all day and just couldnt figure it out 100% enough to buy without worrying... i saw this guys truck and its what im going for, he says hes leveled with 305/55R20s on -24 20x10s ...what difference is there with the -14 wheels i like?



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Ok so my 2006 f250 4x4 KR CC needs tires, it has the random 18 inch KR wheels that i dont like so i figured id take this time to also upgrade the wheels...

For the life of me i cant wrap my head around this back spacing issue for the 2005-2007 trucks... im looking at some eagle alloys 511's 20x10 -14 4.887 with a 305/55r20 or 35x12.50 tire maybe

Im also going to be doing a 2.5 leveling kit and perhaps the 350 blocks if needed and thats it for a lift


So do we think the wheels will fit okay? im okay with them hanging out some...

i have been browsing all day and just couldnt figure it out 100% enough to buy without worrying... i saw this guys truck and its what im going for, he says hes leveled with 305/55R20s on -24 20x10s ...what difference is there with the -14 wheels i like?



Offset is a measure in mm from the locating face of the wheel to the inside of the wheel, where the tire mounts. So his -24 wheels stick out 10mm farther then your -14 mm wheels will. It gets more difficult when the wheel widths are different, but since they are both 10" wide, it's real easy.
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10mm is less then 1/2".....
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