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Old 11-13-2012, 12:22 PM
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Looking at getting these rims:
http://www.ntwonline.com/20X10-BLACK...l#.UKJ7s4eCmdJ


Using the sticky at the top of this page I believe the 20x10 with a 5" backside would be a -12 offset. I have an 11 Sport 4x4 with a leveling kit. Currently run 35x12.50 on stock 20's with the spacer but I want to ditch the spacer. Am I looking at the right size wheel to do that?

If not then I believe these will work:
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20x12 with 4.77 backside which is between a -51 and -38 offset.
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Just checked with MHT and the first ones I linked are sold out in the 20x10 but they do have them in a 20x12 with a -44 offset.

My question now is about the width. with -44 offset on a 20x12 rim I'm looking at about 7 inches of rim sticking out from the mounting surface of the rim. On full turns would that be too wide for 35x12.50 with just a leveling kit? I'm afraid that I will clear the control arm but end up rubbing the tires on the fender/bumper on full turns.
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hmm thats a good question, hopefully someone can help ya
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Just checked with MHT and the first ones I linked are sold out in the 20x10 but they do have them in a 20x12 with a -44 offset.

My question now is about the width. with -44 offset on a 20x12 rim I'm looking at about 7 inches of rim sticking out from the mounting surface of the rim. On full turns would that be too wide for 35x12.50 with just a leveling kit? I'm afraid that I will clear the control arm but end up rubbing the tires on the fender/bumper on full turns.
I can't speak from experience, just what i've heard and seen. Those wheels will not fit without a 6"+ lift from what I understand.
Compared to stock 20x9's the 20x12 -44 will stick outward 4" from stock. Not only do I think it will look funny, but you will be hitting your fender when turning. On the plus side, you will have plenty of inner clearance between the wheel and the suspension.
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I can't speak from experience, just what i've heard and seen. Those wheels will not fit without a 6"+ lift from what I understand.
Compared to stock 20x9's the 20x12 -44 will stick outward 4" from stock. Not only do I think it will look funny, but you will be hitting your fender when turning. On the plus side, you will have plenty of inner clearance between the wheel and the suspension.

I tried to get a set of 20x10's but the ones I liked were sold out so I'm going to wait. Truck is going into storage for a year and I'm just going to hold on to the $1800 the insurance is paying me for the wheels until I get back. I may use the money for a lift kit and install it when I get back if I don't have time before I leave.
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I tried to get a set of 20x10's but the ones I liked were sold out so I'm going to wait. Truck is going into storage for a year and I'm just going to hold on to the $1800 the insurance is paying me for the wheels until I get back. I may use the money for a lift kit and install it when I get back if I don't have time before I leave.
i like the idea of a lift first jmho though, however i am almost 100% positive a 12" wide wheel will not work with just a level you will rub all over the place.
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