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Old 09-23-2013, 01:08 AM
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2000 F 250 offset question

I have a 2000 F 250 stock height and Im trying to figure out the right wheel thats not going to stick out far pass my fender. the wheels are:

XD 806 bomb
22x10
-24 offset they also come
22x10
-44 offset

Will either of these sit close to the fender?
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I have a 2000 F 250 stock height and Im trying to figure out the right wheel thats not going to stick out far pass my fender. the wheels are:

XD 806 bomb
22x10
-24 offset they also come
22x10
-44 offset

Will either of these sit close to the fender?
Stock for your truck is 8" wide 0 offset, so the -24 10" wide is the same amount of back spacing as stock. That will be the closest you can get a 10" wheel to stock. But since its 2" wider, that is how much further out from stock u will be.

-44 would be another inch further out then the -24.
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Thanks, do you think that would look bad on the truck?
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