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Old 09-07-2017, 07:32 AM Thread Starter
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Need 18x9's with (-) offset hard to find

I've got '08 18" take-offs on my 2002 Superduty on 6" lift & 35x12.5's . PO put them on.
I am having a really hard time finding the right replacement wheels. I've got BRAND NEW tires came with truck so I'm staying with 18's.
I'd like to go to a 9" or 10" wide wheel though. I figure I need around 4" backspacing to clear, and whatever offset that equals... maybe -24 to -40 or so?

I do NOT want to run spacers.

I'm looking at Rhino Hammers or Warlords in 18x9 -12 offset but not sure if that's enough...
I also really like simple looking wheels, like the old school bullet holes similar to the pro-comp 69 series but in an offset that will work. If I could keep it under $200ea that's be great...
@Discount Tire feel free to jump in. I didn't see much on the site.

Help me out please, maybe show me what ya' got for lifted trucks on 18" wheels. Thanks!


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I've got '08 18" take-offs on my 2002 Superduty on 6" lift & 35x12.5's . PO put them on.
I am having a really hard time finding the right replacement wheels. I've got BRAND NEW tires came with truck so I'm staying with 18's.
I'd like to go to a 9" or 10" wide wheel though. I figure I need around 4" backspacing to clear, and whatever offset that equals... maybe -24 to -40 or so?

I do NOT want to run spacers.

I'm looking at Rhino Hammers or Warlords in 18x9 -12 offset but not sure if that's enough...
I also really like simple looking wheels, like the old school bullet holes similar to the pro-comp 69 series but in an offset that will work. If I could keep it under $200ea that's be great...
@Discount Tire feel free to jump in. I didn't see much on the site.

Help me out please, maybe show me what ya' got for lifted trucks on 18" wheels. Thanks!
HERE IS A COUPLE OF LINKS THAT MAY HELP YOU.....

https://www.carid.com/fuel-wheels/fu...yABEgLYzfD_BwE

http://www.fueloffroad.com/maverick-d536-w-10499.htm


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I have 18X9 Aluminum wheels with 5" of backspace to them. Keeping the backspace around 4-1/2 to 5" will keep the center line around the stock center. Will help keep you from hitting the bumper and fender going lock to lock.
I have 38/15.50/18 Toyo M/T tires and they fit well on 7" lift. Minor trimming on plastic trim below bumper and plastic under rear area of front fenders.
My tires are almost all the way under the truck, maybe 2" out which is good considering

If George w/ 8 LUG would pop in he can give you the exact wheel data that will fit exactly what you want.

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Old 09-11-2017, 04:19 AM Thread Starter
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I have 18X9 Aluminum wheels with 5" of backspace to them. Keeping the backspace around 4-1/2 to 5" will keep the center line around the stock center. Will help keep you from hitting the bumper and fender going lock to lock.
I have 38/15.50/18 Toyo M/T tires and they fit well on 7" lift. Minor trimming on plastic trim below bumper and plastic under rear area of front fenders.
My tires are almost all the way under the truck, maybe 2" out which is good considering

If George w/ 8 LUG would pop in he can give you the exact wheel data that will fit exactly what you want.
Thanks man. Looks good. My situation is a little different however, as the earlier trucks have leaf springs. It's not the body I'm worried about rubbing on, it's the springs.
With 18's my options are pretty limited. If I went down in wheel diameter I wouldn't have any issues but I'm not ready to do that with brand new tires on the truck.

@GETFURIOUS thanks man, those mavs are tight. I was looking at them in black. I don't see the deep wheels in black though.

I'm thinking about the Fuel Revolvers in 18x9 with -12 offset. I think that is around 4.5" BS and will be a lot better, but will that be enough to stay off the springs?


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Well, I guess the revolvers are discontinued or something and dang near everybody is out of stock.
I considered the Mayhem warriors but I'm not into them all that much.
I've seen the Moto Metal 0962's on a few trucks and I'm starting to like them.
Any body running these in 18x10 -24 with 35x12.50's on a leaf sprung truck? Rubbing issues on the springs?

https://www.4wheelparts.com/Wheels/M...MO96281087324N
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Momma's truck- 01 Excursion/7.3/Auto/4x4/AFE stg 2 intake/walker Big Truck Muffler/BD Thruster II turbo/ TS6 /295x70's/F350 springs
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Mounted today

I think they look pretty good...
Important part is I CAN TURN NOW LOL!!!
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