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Old 03-11-2013, 02:24 PM
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35x13.50x20 with 4.5 inch lift

Is anyone running 35x13.50x20's with a 4.5 inch lift on a 2011+ F250? Do you have problems with them rubbing? If so where do they rub?

I am thinking of running them on 20x10's with -19 offset.

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Is anyone running 35x13.50x20's with a 4.5 inch lift on a 2011+ F250? Do you have problems with them running? If so where do they rub?

I am thinking of running them on 20x10's with -19 offset.
That's too far out IMO. Do you like the look of the wheels sticking out past the fenders? If so, how far past the fenders? I like 0 offset with 4.5" lift.

If they rub, it would be the back side of the front fenders. They will be no where near the radius arm at full lock.
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The biggest problem will be the front bumper. I had 14.5x34.5 Toyos on my 2003 with about 5" of lift with a 10 inch wheel and a -25 offset that constantly contacted the bumper until I pushed the bumper out about 1.5".

Considering that 2005 and up need 50 mm more positive offset to keep the same stance as a 2004 and below, your -19 offset (not being much more than my -25) is going to stick way out there. I'd look into either a 0 (as previously mentioned) or +25 offset.
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I had the 35x13.50x20's with 20x10 -19 offset installed on my truck today. I was looking for a combination that went to the end of my flares and these do the job. I currently have a 2.5 readylift and the tires barely rub on the backside well of the passenger fender flare. They come close to the bumper brackets but do not hit. They do not hit the radius arms.

I think after I get a 4 or 4.5 lift they will be fine.
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What wheels are those? They look awesome.
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Old 03-12-2013, 04:31 PM
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Thanks. They are Gear 726C's. I had ordered some BMF Novakane's but gave up on them because they were on back order forever. I found a Cenerline (Bigfoot HD) that is similar after I picked up these wheels.
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Old 03-28-2013, 05:36 PM
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Went with the Icon 4.5 and no rubbing.
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Went with the Icon 4.5 and no rubbing.
Looks perfect with the fender flares. Those are the 20x10 with -19 offset?
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Old 03-29-2013, 01:00 PM
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Yes they are 20x10's with a -19 offset and Procomp Xtreme A/T 35x13.50's.
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