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Old 02-27-2015, 08:06 AM
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-54 offset, yeah those are gonna rub if you don't trim the front valance, prolly hit the fender and full turn also
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Old 02-27-2015, 08:24 AM
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Doesn't matter now. Lol. I was gonna get a cheap leveling kit to so I could trim as little as possible.
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I have a 06 f-250 6.0 and I'm wanting to run moto metal 962's 18x10 on stock height what size tire can I run without have to worry about rubbing
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Old 03-01-2015, 02:35 PM
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All these pictures, and no excursions.
Mine is 03, with 2 inch spring hangers, and u codes up front, back is b codes with a two inch block. I want to go with 18x9 or 10 rim. I'm looking at something like an ultra 225, or motometal 971. Tires will probably be Hankook 305/65 or so, anybody have any pics? About 95% street, it's a grocery getter, lol.
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Well I just ordered a 4" BDS with fox shocks and 20x9 0mm offset Gear alloy big blocks with 35x12.50x20 Toyo AT2's. Looking at pics now has me concerned the wheels aren't going to stick out enough. I had 20x9 0 offsets on my 6.4 and they looked perfect to me so I hope these will too. Here is a pic of my old 6.4
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A couple of pics with the polished 20x8s, 2" spacers and 295 60 Procomp MT2. This tire is just over 34" and is about as tight as you can get with stock height. At full lock to left, there is a slight contact with inner liner at bottom. May try to pull it back further.


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I've got an 03 f350 4x4 and I'm looking at either doing some 18x10 or 20x10 (both fuel wheels I like have -12 offset) wrapped in 33x12.50. I'll be putting a 2.5in leveling kit up front. I don't mind a little sticking out but I want to keep trimming to a minimum. From what I have read on this thread I should be able to do either of these wheel and tire combos without rubbing. Am I correct in assuming that? Also I wouldn't be able to do a 35 without issues correct? I don't care for the stuffed wheel well look.
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A couple of pics with the polished 20x8s, 2" spacers and 295 60 Procomp MT2. This tire is just over 34" and is about as tight as you can get with stock height. At full lock to left, there is a slight contact with inner liner at bottom. May try to pull it back further.


Turned out nicely
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Old 03-09-2015, 07:59 AM
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I think instead of the leveling kit I'm going to run a zone offroad 4" lift, 35x12.50 R20 Toyo AT II along with 20x9 Helo 878 in satin black part # he87829087712n. It has the -12 offset, not sure on back spacing. Anyone see any problems with this set up? I'm hoping to have it ordered very soon. I'd like to install everything by the end of the month before I drive the truck from Idaho back here to Nola.
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Old 03-09-2015, 12:28 PM
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I think instead of the leveling kit I'm going to run a zone offroad 4" lift, 35x12.50 R20 Toyo AT II along with 20x9 Helo 878 in satin black part # he87829087712n. It has the -12 offset, not sure on back spacing. Anyone see any problems with this set up? I'm hoping to have it ordered very soon. I'd like to install everything by the end of the month before I drive the truck from Idaho back here to Nola.
you dont need that big of a lift to clear.
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