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Old 05-08-2013, 01:52 PM
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Originally Posted by beast88 View Post
Does a body lift help with the rubbing of the tires if they are too wide.. I am currently trying to decide between the kmc xd's 20X8.5 with +10 offset or 20X10 -24 offset. Ive got a 2013 ram with bilsteins, also trying to decide running them at 2.8 with a rear spacer, or 2.1 with a body lift. Any thoughts?
Yes it will help greatly!
Well depends on what body lift you choose. 1.25" or 3"
Either way, it helps as it gives that additional room for clearance

If you dont want to add the body lift, I would find a rim that is 20x9 with a 0 offset
But lift and what you can run is all relative...
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