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Old 03-09-2012, 10:27 AM
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Those wheels will fit good (about 1/2" out from the stock wheels) and give you extra clearance between the tires and suspension.
A -0- offset means that the mounting surface is centered between the inner and outer wheel edges. Like mentioned prior, A + offset (say +20mm) will move the mounting surface towards the outer edge of the wheel (thus pulling wheel towards the truck) and a - offset (say -20mm) will move the mounting surface towards the inner edge of the wheel (thus pushing it out).
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