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Old 02-20-2013, 08:21 AM
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20x14 with 35x13.50's on a stock truck?

Can I get away with 20x14 with 35x13.50's on a stock truck? It's a 2006 FX4.

It looks like it would fit since the fender opening is larger than 35"

What offset should I get they are fuel hostages
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Old 02-20-2013, 08:33 AM
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I think ur gonna need at least a leveling kit, and I bet it still rubs even with that....but some one on here will prolly get a for sure answer
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I can do a leveling kit. I just dont want to have to lift my truck too much. I just sold my lifted truck and trying to stay reasonable now lol
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Well I know u can fit a 35x12.50 with the right offset/backspacing...and I would think it wouldn't take much ore for the extra inch on width, but I think the rims are wats gonna kill ya.....but like said before there are a lot of guys on here that kno more then me...
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I was thinking about it maybe being stock height or only 2" lift would look silly..I'm thinking of 18x12 with the 35's. I love the lip the wheel has...however I'm trying to keep it proportional..I don't want it sticking out so much that it looks funny. Is there a good offset I can use to keep the wheel tucked inwards and just sticking out a little bit...but not rub when I turn the wheels?

Trying to accomplish

1. Wheel with a deep lip
2. Near stock or only 2" lift
3. Find an offset that lets the wheel stick out proportionally to the height without rubbing.

Lot's to ask for I know lol!
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toooo wide. and lets say they make a 20x14 with a positive offset....your "lip" isnt going to be much bigger then if you just went with a 10 inch wide wheel and a -24 or more offset. Plus your tires wont look super gay all stretched out.. a 13.50 is gonna look like pooo with a 14inch wide wheel IMO. your truck though.
the lip on my wheel is probably 4 inches and i have a 9 inch wide wheel and -12 offset.

going to be hard with a 35 without a lift and that wide. Some gurus may chime in and help you more then that, but thats it good luck
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Yeah I hear you on that...

With a 35 am I going to need to do a 4" lift?
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With a 35 am I going to need to do a 4" lift?
It depends, if you run a 12.50 on a 10" wheel, 4 will work. If you run that 13.50 on 12" wheel, you're going to have issues.

I'm rolling 12.50s on a 10" wheel on a 4 inch lift, depending on how my tires are turned, I can hit the fender. I can do this just pulling into a parking lot. My bumper isn't an issue because I spaced it forward about 1.5 inches.
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