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Old 03-07-2013, 01:08 PM
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If you are looking at doing a 6" lift, then definitely go with the 20x10 option with the -12 offset or -24 offset.
But sounds to me you like the lip, but not so much the 'stick out'
So go with the -12 offset.

Do this especially if you plan on adding Bilstiens for added height.
Buy it right the first time and you wont regret it.

As for tires.....it will help if you can narrow down to an MT or AT.

Toyo Mt's are by far the quietest and probably one of the longer lasting rubber. So although it cost more, the long run will benefit you greatly.
As for AT tires....the 325/60/20 size is perfect as its a slightly oversized 35"
This is what I am running for winter....have a look at my build to see how they look.
Quite beefy as it balloons more on the sidewall

Tough choice on the tires. But definitely go with the 20x10 option especially since you will be lifting.
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