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post #1 of 6 Old 03-25-2014, 06:46 PM Thread Starter
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Will they Rub?

Will 20x12 XD wheels with a -44 offset 4.75 backspacing on a 35x12.5 tire rub on a 2003 f250 with a 3" lift?

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So I have a guy selling 20x12 XD wheels for $500 and a guy selling Federal MT 35x12.5x20 for $800 with only 700 miles on them.

Would these fit and are they a good deal. Any real towing experience with Federals?

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So no one can chime in on this.

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I'm not a pro on this stuff but from just looking around for what I might run on my truck. and with a 35x12.5in wide tire with that offset. I do not believe it would clear, very well. It would probably clear, but with some possible rubbing on the front bumper also the leaf springs on full lock.

I plan on running a 33x12.5x18 on a 18x12 with either -24 or -44 offset and was told even this might have troubles with full lock because off the offset.

Just some words for advice, like i said i have not run that set up before.
Check out Wheel Offset Details For Custom Rim Pictures and see if anyone has a similar set up. thats how i found most of my info out

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My truck's a 99 with a 6" lift. I've got 20x12's with 35x12.50 Nitto Trail Grapplers. I had to trim the lower valance but I don't rub the leaves. I personally don't think you're going to clear that setup with a 3" lift

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