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Old 08-08-2013, 05:25 PM
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So I'm installing my bilsteins and 1" rear spacer next week on my 2013 CC and I'm wanting wheels
I would like to run a 33x12.5x20. Looking at a few rims (fuel,xd ect)
Can I run a 20x10 ?? I like the fatter look but I also don't want the wheels sticking out too far as I plan on just running oem flares ??
Anyone running a 20x10 ??
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Also if not able to get the 20x10s, what's the best off set for the 20x9s with a little bit poking out ??
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I had 20x10 -24 rims on my last truck for a while. They stuck out some but not terrible. I had 295/60r20 which was a little over 34 if I remember correctly. No rubbing at all with maxed bilsteins.

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Is there a reason you only want to go with 33's rather than stepping up to 35's?

I'm running 20x9 -12 offset wheels with 35x12.5 Toyo MT's and I stick out 2" on the front. So that's past your OEM flares (1.5"). A 20x10 -12 offset would stick out a half inch further than that. So it's do-able but you'll be sticking out 2.5".

For 20x9's a 0 offset will stick out 1.5", -12 offset will stick out 2" (as stated above). My wheel/tire thread linked in my signature below has some pictures showing how far my tires stick out.
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Well the reason for 33"s is some trucks I see on bills and 35"s looks like too big. What I'm saying is the wheel well looks too full. So I thought with 33"s it would look better IMO. I see what your saying with the 20x10s, the tires will stick out too far for my liking. So I'm back with the 20x9s the and probably a 0 offset.
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Fair enough, I definitely see what you're saying there.

Be sure to post some pics once you get it all installed
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Well the reason for 33"s is some trucks I see on bills and 35"s looks like too big. What I'm saying is the wheel well looks too full. So I thought with 33"s it would look better IMO. I see what your saying with the 20x10s, the tires will stick out too far for my liking. So I'm back with the 20x9s the and probably a 0 offset.
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Consider the 34" tire similar to kcbigbadram, its a great middle ground and is a 295 wide tire.

I personally believe and know that on a leveled ram, the 20x9, 0 offset will still give you a wider stance than stock.
I ran that for a bit, but due to lifting mine higher, I needed a more negative offset rim

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Ya I could do a 34" but want a more aggressive tire then he has
I read that the federal 35" is close to 34" ???
What's the actuall OD of the federal 33" and 35"
I read in the federal site that its almost 35"
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Ya I could do a 34" but want a more aggressive tire then he has
I read that the federal 35" is close to 34" ???
What's the actuall OD of the federal 33" and 35"
I read in the federal site that its almost 35"
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Correct!
Most 35" MT tires out there with the exception of Nitto Trail, Toyo MT (and a few others) are actually 34.5" measured. This includes The Federal MT. Then when inflated and mounted on the truck, it will measure down 3/4"-1" less
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