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Old 05-24-2013, 04:37 PM
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With a 20x10 wheel -12 offset is the lowest you can go. Any lower and you'll end up rubbing on the UCA.

You posted on my other thread about my wheels and tires so I'm assuming you saw how far I'm sticking out front and back. I'm a 2 1/8" on the front, you'll be approximately 0.5" further than that so you're looking at 2 5/8". On the back you'll be at around 2 1/8". So that is a significant amount of poke especially if you only plan on keep the truck leveled and not lifting it in the future. I can tell you right now you're also going to have problems with rubbing. Specifically on the back of the inner fender. I JUST clear mine with turning (and that was with some modification to the inner fender) so you will rub for sure. You will definitely be trimming the plastic and possibly bending the metal behind it a little bit as well.

If you want to stay as flush as possible you need a 20x9 0 offset. With that you'll be sticking out around 1 5/8" on the front and 1 1/8" on the back. So still poking a bit to get a nice stance.
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