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Yup, as long as you get the correct rim size and offset you'll be able to run 35x12.5's no problem.

You do have a 2.5" leveling kit correct?

Also I just realized where I had seen American Force wheels before. Cody Elkins has them on Bionic (his truck). So if he's running them they must be a reputable brand.
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Yup, as long as you get the correct rim size and offset you'll be able to run 35x12.5's no problem.

You do have a 2.5" leveling kit correct?

Also I just realized where I had seen American Force wheels before. Cody Elkins has them on Bionic (his truck). So if he's running them they must be a reputable brand.
yeah i gota 2.5 leveling kit, would 20 inch rims look good with toyos ? because i keep thikin 20s are pretty small i already have stock 20s on the truck and it looks pretty small but i guess i have to get 20s because 22s prob wont fit right.
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The rim diameter doesn't matter. You can go with either 20 or 22. It's the width and offset that matters. It all comes down to personal preference. Personally I think 20" rims look good with 35" tires and 22" rims look good with 37" tires. But you can do whatever you please.
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Wheel offset is the distance that the mounting pad is offset from the center of the wheel. A wheel with -0- offset is perfectly centered between the inner and outer of the wheel .. Positive offset moves the wheel inward and negative offset moved it out... Wheel diameter has no effect on the offset..
A good explanation here.
http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/tech/...jsp?techid=101
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