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Old 09-04-2012, 10:37 AM
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Originally Posted by crowgora View Post
Need some help. Right now im running 35x12.5r20 on my 2010 dodge ram with a 1/4" spacer with stock rims. I want to get a new set of rims and I want them to stick out a little more and not sure on the back spacing or offset I should get. Oh I have a Leveling kit and a 1.75" body lift. Thanks for the help.
It will depend on how far you want it to stick out of your fender.....
5" backspacing should be a minimum to look at. It will be more tucked (still sits out of the fender about 1"-1.5") than a 4.5" backspace wheel.

So, you need to ask yourself, how much do you want it to stick out? Do you want to run flares? If so, what kind of flares?

Example: I have a 20x9, 0 offset/5" backspace rim on 37x12.5 tires. I stick out about 1.25" from the fenders. But I will be running 2500 flares which should have my wheels flush with it.
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