Thread: rim offset help
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Old 08-27-2013, 05:30 PM
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I'm not sure about the whole 1 pieces VS 2 piece rim thing as I've never dealt with them.... but I am pretty good when it comes to the offsets and wheel/tire set up.

I'm assuming you want a 9" wide rim. So a 22x9 0 offset with a 35x12.5 Toyo MT will stick out approximately 1.5" and give you the least chance of rubbing. In fact you shouldn't be rubbing at all. If you want to stick out a half inch further you can go to a 22x9 -12 offset. If you want to step up to a 22x10 -12 offset then you'll be sticking out about 2.5" but you will have a greater chance of rubbing.

How much of a leveling kit do you have? Bilsteins at 2.8" or a 2.5" spacer?
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