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Old 05-03-2014, 11:16 PM
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18x10 w/ -24 offset. Is it too wide for a 2002 w/ level kit?

I have a 2002 F250 that I'm installing a 2.5" leveling kit on it, and possibly some F350 blocks. I was looking at a set of 18x10 wheels that have a -24 offset and 4.5" Backspacing. Haven't completely decided on a tire size yet but possibly a 305/65-18 or 295/70-18. I was wondering if the wheels were going to be too much (too wide/too far out) for just a leveled truck and cause rubbing issues on bumper, etc?

Anybody running similar setup have any input? If you have some pictures to post, that would be great too.
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Old 05-04-2014, 10:13 AM
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I HAVE A 2002 F-350 WITH 2.5 LEVEL KIT. RIMS ARE 16.5X10(CENTERLINES)
RUNING 33-12.5-16.5 WITH NO RUBBING.WITH A 10 INCH WIDE RIM YOU USE ALL AVAILABLE TREAD SURFACE WITH NO BULDGING AND YES THE RIMS HAVE A 4.5 BACKSPACING

ONLY ISSUE WITH A WIDE RIM AND TIRE SETUP IS THAT IT SUCKS IN THE WINTER I PUT A THINNER TIRE AND RIM PACKAGE ON DURING SNOWMOBILE SEASON
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Old 05-04-2014, 01:12 PM
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I was just wondering if the -24 offset was going to push it curb side too much and cause rubbing issues (not on the leafs, but bumper etc). Not that trimming the plastic on the bumper would be a big deal I guess.
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I HAVE A ALL SPRING PROCOMP 2.5 LEVEL KIT THAT HAS BEEN ON THE TRUCK FOR YEARS. I HAVE NEVER TRIMMED ANYTHING ON THE BUMPER BUT I HAVE ALWAYS RAN 33-12.50 TIRES WITH NO PROBLEMS(ITS CLOSE BUT DOESNT RUB)
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Old 05-04-2014, 05:14 PM
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Do you have an pictures from the side, and one looking down the body of the truck? Curious how much sticks out past the fender and how it looks.
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