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I am currently running 2” spacers on stock 2007 20” F250 KR wheels. I want to stop running spacers and just get some 20” wheels with the correct offset so they sit the same as my current setup. Edge of my tire is about an inch outside the fenders. Im running 35x12.5x20’s. Anyone who can steer me towards the correct offset? Thank you very much.
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post #2 of 8 Old 05-17-2019, 07:17 AM
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A 9-inch wide wheel with around 0 to +12mm offset is what you need
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A 0 to +12 offset is going to rub the leaf springs with those tires on full turn. You're going to want a -12 offset on a 9" wide wheel.
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A -12 9" wide wheel or maybe a 10" wide with -24 if you want a little more poking out than you already have.
Check out Customoffsets and look through their gallery. It helped a lot when picking out wheels for mine
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A -12 9" wide wheel or maybe a 10" wide with -24 if you want a little more poking out than you already have.
Check out Customoffsets and look through their gallery. It helped a lot when picking out wheels for mine
He doesn't seem to be that tall. A -24 is going to definitely require bumper and fender trimming. Ask me how I know.

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I am on stock suspension. Slight rub on current setup.
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20x9 -12 will keep you off the springs but you may still have to trim the corners of the plastic if they are true 35s. I'm running 18x9 -12 with a 33.6" tire on f350 springs on my Excursion and it's pretty close at the front corners.


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