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Old 06-18-2013, 05:14 PM
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Originally Posted by macc08 View Post
dont say that! lol

what kind of offset would be required on an aftermarket wheel to prevent the use of spacers? and whats the factory offset?
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Originally Posted by gonefishin776 View Post
0 you can clear. most go negative to get a good stance.

factory is +19
Correct, 20x9 0 offset will give you the least chance of rubbing. You'll be sticking out about 1 5/8" on the front with 35x12.5's. I personally went with a 20x9 -12 offset wheel to get a little wider of a stance, especially for when I lift it. I stick out 2 1/8" on the front with my set up (I think you saw my wheel/tire thread with all the specs)
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