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Old 02-20-2014, 02:59 AM
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Wheel offset help please

I have a 08' F250 that is stock height in the front with a shorter block in the rear to level the truck.

I am getting a set of 35/12.5R20 Toyo open country M/T tires and am looking at getting Fuel Octane wheels. They offer a +1 and a +20 offset.

I am looking to have them protrude past the fender ~1-1.5" or so. Which offset should I choose and which one do I need so i'm not hitting/rubbing everything in my wheel well? I don't want to lift or add any height to my truck or else I won't fit in my garage.

Thanks in advance guys!
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Old 02-21-2014, 02:16 AM
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Can somebody add their input from first hand experience? I think i'm leaning toward the +1 but would like to know what kind of rubbing to expect, if any. Thoughts?
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Yes +1 is what you want. It will put it just outside the fenders. That's the offset i just bought my fuel mavericks in for my 06.

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Perfect...now can someone add experience as to what rubbing will happen with 20x9 +1 and 35x12.5 tires?
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Fuel wheels and new toyo at II

Hey guys,

I purchasing some new Fuel Maverick wheels attached and was planning on putting the LT295/65R20 and get rid of my 17" weld wheels. I know this tire is a bit taller than 35" but narrower than the 12.50. Its like a 11.80".

What width wheel would you recommend the 20x10 or the 20x9 and the offset for my 06 F250.

The place i'm getting them from said they would stick with the 20x10.

What do you guys think? thanks.
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Old 02-21-2014, 05:15 AM
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Hey guys,

I purchasing some new Fuel Maverick wheels attached and was planning on putting the LT295/65R20 and get rid of my 17" weld wheels. I know this tire is a bit taller than 35" but narrower than the 12.50. Its like a 11.80".

What width wheel would you recommend the 20x10 or the 20x9 and the offset for my 06 F250.

The place i'm getting them from said they would stick with the 20x10.

What do you guys think? thanks.
Check the specs on Fuel's website, I know with the ones I'm ordering they didn't offer a 10" wide.
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I see most of the mavericks on the website are offered in a 20x10. I'm getting the D260 Mavericks with the chrome inset. These are the two piece wheels. What model number where you looking at?
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Perfect...now can someone add experience as to what rubbing will happen with 20x9 +1 and 35x12.5 tires?
I have a 2.5 level kit on the front with 20x10 and 35s, they rub a bit at full crank on the inside of the fender toward the center of the truck.
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Hey guys,

I purchasing some new Fuel Maverick wheels attached and was planning on putting the LT295/65R20 and get rid of my 17" weld wheels. I know this tire is a bit taller than 35" but narrower than the 12.50. Its like a 11.80".

What width wheel would you recommend the 20x10 or the 20x9 and the offset for my 06 F250.

The place i'm getting them from said they would stick with the 20x10.

What do you guys think? thanks.
As for the offset, that is really up to you on what look you want and how much you want them in or out. Mine are 20x10 -24 offset.

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