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Old 02-07-2014, 10:16 AM
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Wheel width for 35s?

I have a 06 F350 that's leveled. I'm going to get new wheels and plan to run Tokyo at2 35x12.5 tire. I was looking at 20x9 +1 offset 5in bs but got thinking about maybe doing 20x10s. Same wheel in 10in has -12 offset and 5in bs. They should stick out the same correct? And which ones would you recommend?

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They both have 5" back spacing so that means the 10's will stick out 1" further than the 9's.
So it depends if you want the tires sticking out past the fender or not, with the 9's the tire might just barely be sticking out, but with the 10's it will be very noticeable that they are sticking out past the fender.

Here is a shot of my 18x10's with 4.5" backspacing and 35x13.50 tires, my combo will be sticking out about 1" more than yours if you go with the 10" wide wheels:
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Ok good to know. Thanks!

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I'd recommend a 20x9" wheel with 0 offset. Has a clean look with out a lot of trimming. Tires don't stick out too much either. Just enough!
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I'd recommend a 20x9" wheel with 0 offset. Has a clean look with out a lot of trimming. Tires don't stick out too much either. Just enough!
Good to hear, that's what I went with. Now I just need these old tire to wear out.....

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Curious if you threw those wheels/tires on yet to see if you had any rubbing issues?
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I would also suggest 20x9" wheel with 0 offset. It looks more decent and no modifications needed in the rim nor in the tire well.
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Curious if you threw those wheels/tires on yet to see if you had any rubbing issues?
Nope not yet. Hopefully by summer I'll get them on. I'll be sure to report back when I do

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Nope not yet. Hopefully by summer I'll get them on. I'll be sure to report back when I do

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Ok thanks. My leveling kit gets delivered tomorrow and was looking to purchase rim/tire package in next week or so lol
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Nope not yet. Hopefully by summer I'll get them on. I'll be sure to report back when I do

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Good to hear... Just keep us updated with it!
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