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18x9 xd monsters with -12 offset

So I've decided on some new wheels and they come in either a -12 offset or +18. They are 18x 9 xd monsters. I was just wondering if the -12s would rub bad or at all with 35x12.50 tires. I have a 2 inch leveling kit on it.

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From what I've read they might a little, but its nothing some minor trimming can't fix. Hopefully someone who knows first hand will chime in

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