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Old 08-07-2013, 11:43 AM
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35x12.5x20 -24 offset

Is anybody running them on a leveling kit would love to see pics
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On an 04 and older that would work. But not on 05+ with just a leveling kit.
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Old 08-07-2013, 04:54 PM
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Well I'm running right now 35x12.50x18 -12 offset on a Leveling kit
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Well I'm running right now 35x12.50x18 -12 offset on a Leveling kit
What year is your truck?

And you know going from a -12 offset to -24 is just going to move the wheel out another 1/2" right?
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Old 08-07-2013, 05:51 PM
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Yeah 06 but it'll look better with 20s and stick out wider
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Yeah 06 but it'll look better with 20s and stick out wider
How much trimming did you do to get -12 to work?
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Old 08-07-2013, 06:32 PM
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None I don't rub at all
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I ran the equivalent of 11" x 34's without a leveling kit only rubbed on the control arms.

OEM 17" wheels . 2005

leveled it ran 12 35 20's -12mm and didn't rub at all.

Different trucks different results.

denny
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I had to trim some of the wheel well liner on mine...
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Hey ruff stuff
Truck looks great What offset and backspace rim do you have I have a 2013 crew cab short bed and I'm looking at the pro comp nitro 2.5 level how do you like it does it ride good I picked the rbp 94r wheel 20x10 with +10 offset and 5.5 back space I wanted to go with toyo at2 35x12.50x20 I was wondering if I would run into any rubbing
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