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Old 05-15-2013, 11:45 AM
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Originally Posted by Solomon0619 View Post
So if I go with a 18 x 10 with -24 offset and 35" mickeys I'll have no rubbing? Or would I be better with a 17x9 -12 offset? Just have heard a couple people say they had issues with rubbing when turning and want to make sure I'm good. Thanks for the help guys.
With the 18x10 -24 offset you will rub on the back of you inner fender (where they buldge out) near full lock. The 17x9-12 offset will probably do the same but not as bad. It can easily be fixed with a little bit of trimming though. Mine 20x9 -12 offset with 35" Toyo MT's do the same thing but it is very minimal. Here's a link to my thread that talks about the rubbing a bit with a few pictures of where the problem is:

http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=141365

If you want absolutely no rub, stick to a 9" wide wheel with a 0 offset.
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