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ramsport12 02-13-2013 01:16 AM

Wheel question
 
Hey guys need your help, I'm completly clueless when it comes to backspacing/offset , I'm thinkin of going with rockstars in a 20" , my truck is going to have level lift , 3" body lift and I want the wheels to be able to clear a 35x12.5 Toyos.. I'm gonna be adding flares so I want them to be stuck out enough to be even with flares or a little inside if need be , not stuck out past as its illegal where I'm from. Thanks to anyone that is willing to help and could maybe direct me to the right wheel at a good price !

RyanJM 02-13-2013 02:14 AM

Well with a level lift and a 3" body lift a 12 or -24 offset should be good. Depends on the flares you want since some stick out more than others. Someone else with more info can chime in. I know the 12 ram 1500 with the 6" suspension only lift had -24 fuel wheel and they looked good with the pocket flares. I have also seen a 2013 Laramie longhorn owned by the manager where I got my ram had a 4" suspension lift and was Rolling stock wheels with 35's and looked good with the factory flares but I am assuming he had a 1/4" spacer or something because stock wheels have around a +18 offset.

ramsport12 02-13-2013 06:33 AM

Ya I wanna go with pocket style flares and from what I heard , that guy with the stock wheels would Deff have to use spacers with 12.5" wheel, so ya I'm going with basically biggest flare you can get and wanna full it up! Thanks for your input tho, anyone else ?

ramsport12 02-13-2013 06:52 AM

And btw I was lookin at a set of rockstars with 10" wide , -24 offset with backspacing of 4.56 , I guess it all differs from a 9-10" wide will just hope someone can help me out


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