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Old 10-11-2012, 05:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Ram 1 View Post
Hi guy's.My 6 inch bds lift is on the way.I plan on running 35's,and was wondering if you can get away with a 20/10 inch wheel with a 24mm backspace or 20/10 inch with a 12mm backspace.Hope to have the wheels stick out a bit from stock as I am putting on fender flairs.A SMALL amount of rub would be ok.
I just don't want the flush look to the body.
Cheers John
Are those wheels +12mm / +24mm or are they -12mm / -24mm offset?
How far out will the flares stick?

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Checked out doughboy's ride.I agree the wheel need to stick out more.He said he was running a 20/10 with a +1 offset.Does that mean -12mm?offset.I thought +1 meant stock offset.
He is running 20x9 inch wheel with +1 offset not 20x10.
So comparing the wheels, if they had the same offset (lets say +1) the 20x10" wheel will stick out 1/2" further than the 20x9" wheel. The +1 is just that, +1mm offset from the center of the wheel.

Just since -12mm was mentioned in this post ill run with that. In comparison if you run the same flares (as doughboy) and a 20x10 -12mm offset wheel your wheel will stick out 26mm further than they do on his truck. If you go with the -24mm add 12mm to that so they will stick out 38mm further than his.
If they are +12/24 then the 20x10 +12mm wheel will stick out 2mm further than his do and the 20x10 +24 will actually retract by 10mm (so his would stick out 10mm further than yours).
Hope that helps some.
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