Originally Posted by AsILayDying
Here is the issue, Im in the process of purchasing new wheels for my Ram (07' 1500 quad Cab SLT ). Want to purchase the Fuel Octane 20x12 -44offset and wrap them with Nitto 305/50 20 tires. I currently have stock suspension and Im not sure if Im going to have rubbing issues with such a high offset. I also want to install a 2.5" front leveling kit to level the truck out. Is anyone familiar with iisues while installing wheels 12" wide and -44 offset.
Probably the largest you are going to be able to get with no issue is a 20x9, if you do a level and have the proper offset you should be able to bump up to 20x10, 20x12's you are going to need atleast a 6" lift with bilsteins, or procomp zx2014 to get up an additional 2", or you could do a 6" lift and a 3" body lift, but the key here is getting to atleast 8" of lift and possibly still have some trimming to do to fit a 20x12, only guy i've seen here do it with no trimming or replacing of the bumper was fastNugly, at one time he had the 6" RCX lift, bilsteins set to 2.1 or 2.4, and a 3" body lift for a total of 11" and the 20x12's fit just fine (this is if I remember right I am pretty sure he had the 20x12's)
hope this helps
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