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post #1 of 7 Old 01-26-2014, 04:54 PM Thread Starter
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I just found the truck that I'm going to buy this week and need to get some wheels and tires figured out. It is a 2006 with a 2" lift on the front and I was planning on getting some factory 20" wheels with 35's as from what I have read will fit fine. My wife would rather I get some aftermarket 20's so I need to know what the max width and offset will work with 35's and not rub. Any info is greatly appreciated.
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You need factory backspacing of 6". 8-9" wide.
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You need factory backspacing of 6". 8-9" wide.
Thanks, the wheels I'm looking at have a backspace of 5.71" for a 20"x9" wheel. Do you think this is close enough?
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You need factory backspacing of 6". 8-9" wide.
I'm really not liking the wheels with the backspace of 5.71 that much after all. The ones I really like are 5.46, you think this will still be OK?


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The 5.46 back spacing fits great and looks great. Thanks for your help Cary.



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2" front leveling kit w/ 1" rear blocks
Billit grille and bumper inserts
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2013 tailgate, tail lights and rear bumper
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