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35x12.50's on 20x12's

I'm leaning toward some 20x12's with 35x12.50R20's. Anyone have that setup? I'm not interested in hearing that a 12.50 tire isn't wide enough for that size wheel. I want to know if you noticed a difference in how your truck handled with that wide of a wheel. Pics are always good, too
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im in the middle of doing that set up but on a 05-07... i got my 20x12s and now im waiting on my toyo at2 35s.... there is not alot of info on it. specially on a leveled truck...but im going to make it work one way or another


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id probably go with a 13.50 width
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I have 37 12.5 on 2x12's
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35s are not going to happen with just a leveling kit, im sorry to say. i can just BARELY sqeeze 33s on my truck with 20x12s.

i actually got lucky with this truck, on my last truck (08 dodge 3500 megacab) i had to cut and move the bottom wheel opening on both fenders back 1.5" to get them to clear with a 2.5" leveling kit. luckily i own a bodyshop so i have good connections.

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Re: 35x12.50's on 20x12's

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I have 37 12.5 on 2x12's
Got any pics?

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heres some pics of mine 35x12.50 on 20x12...just got them mounted today...



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heres some pics of mine 35x12.50 on 20x12...just got them mounted today...



How do you like the AT2's?
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