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Old 11-21-2013, 05:08 PM
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35s with -12 offset? Pics?

So I have some 20" wheels that have -12 offset. Did some research before I got them but now I'm questioning if they'll work. Trucks an 06 f350 leveled. Can I fit Toyo at2s (technically they're 34.5")? I would love to see some pics if someone has the same setup or any knowledge. Thanks

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The -12 offset is usually for the older trucks like mine with leaf springs. They will fit on your truck but will stick out a couple inches. Is that the look you're going for?
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I know they will stick out and that's okay, I just want to know if I can run 35s easily with minimal to no trimming

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You can run the 35's without the offset. No need to trim anything.

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