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Old 11-24-2013, 04:08 PM
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Wheel Offset

I just had a small question that I hope someone could help me with. I am going to install an ICON 4.5" lift on my 2006 F250. An I really like the look of Fuel Offroad Throttle rims. Do I have to run a curtain offset on an aftermarket rim? Do you think a 20X10 wheel will hang really far out of the wheel well. Any insight would be most helpful.

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Old 11-25-2013, 03:20 AM
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I forget the offset on my wheels now but I went with 18x9 pro comps with 5.5 backspace I think????
Anyway they were the tightest I could find to keep under the fenders. I had some 20x10 wheels that hung out like crazy when I bought truck. First thing I got rid of.
My wheels are maybe 3" deep on the outside it's all inside.

Just be careful how much backspace you get do some research.

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Old 11-27-2013, 06:33 AM
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As long as you stay with a 35" tire you will be fine with those wheels. They make those wheels in a -12 and a -25 offset the -12 would be your best bet as thats a 5" backspace and will work real good on your truck. I run a 20x10 -24 offset with a 37x13.50 and they stick out 4" to out side of tire/ fender. But with a 35"x12.50 and the 20x10 -12 wheel you should be right around 3" sticking out. I can get pics of my set up if you want just for an idea.
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