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Old 08-26-2015, 09:26 PM
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I'm looking at getting a set of fuel Kranks. I have a 2013 Ram crew 1500 5.7 with a 6" Zone lift. I already have 295/65R/20s Toyo ATs II on my factory 20x8 rims with no rub. What size/offset/back space will I need to order 20X9s that won't rub? I don't wish to install any spacer if not needed. Im looking to put the same tires back on new rims. I'm looking to order them tomorrow morning if possible.
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I have 20x12 -44 on similar setup without any rubbing
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I'm looking at getting a set of fuel Kranks. I have a 2013 Ram crew 1500 5.7 with a 6" Zone lift. I already have 295/65R/20s Toyo ATs II on my factory 20x8 rims with no rub. What size/offset/back space will I need to order 20X9s that won't rub? I don't wish to install any spacer if not needed. Im looking to put the same tires back on new rims. I'm looking to order them tomorrow morning if possible.
What width are you looking at on the Fuel Krank? 9"? 10"? 12"? Zone calls for no more than 5" of backspacing on 20's. So in the 20x9 you'd be looking at the +1 offset, 20x10 would be -12 offset and 20x12 would be -44 offset. I believe they'll all work but your safest options would be the 9" or 10" widths. Although martinuresti has -44 and it sounds like he's rub free as well. It depends on what sort of stance you're after really.
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As stated above, there's a number of options you could go with here that will work. I'd stay away from 20x12's with your current setup as they will rub. Personally I'd recommend a 20x10 with either a -12 or -24 offset. You can run either one, just depends on how far you want the tires to stick out.
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Hey Coastie,

How is your ride quality? Better than stock, good as stock, or stiffer?
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The top is the after with Fuel 20X9 Throttles.
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evolflest - i really don't notice the difference in ride, maybe more so as being more of a 4X4 truck ride, but all and all, still a nice ride. i wouldn't go back.
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Very nice choice in rims... looks great!
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What size of rear springs did you go with on the Zone lift? Bilsteins? Did you end up with +1 offset? Looks great.
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Ken8, I went with 3" rear springs, no bilsteins and +1 offset and have no issues. The truck sets level.
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