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Old 05-15-2013, 12:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Solomon0619 View Post
Thanks for the link! Nice truck! After reading and seeing it I think I will go with the 20s and -12 offset 35" mickeys. I noticed you had the rear coil spacers on yours, will not having them on mine create any issues? And you just had to trim the plastic fender correct?
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One more thing so a 20 x 9 with 0 offset and 35s will not rub anywhere? Sorry for all the questions just wanna know everything I can before going through with a purchase.
Thanks!

I have rear coil spacers just to give me a little bit of rake. With my 2.5" leveling kit the truck was too level IMO and looked a little nose high at times. The 0.75" rear coil spacer gave it the stance I wanted. You don't need them to clear the tires at all.

So far all I have done is taken off the plastic trim piece at the back of the fenders. This helped the rubbing issue a little bit. They still do rub slightly but like I said it's only near fully lock and not enough to force me to fix it ASAP. I'll probably get around to it this weekend.

Correct, with the 20x9 0 offset you shouldn't rub at all. Mine only rub because they are a -12 offset which pushes the wheel out 0.5" further therefore when I turn it is closer to the inner fender.
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