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I have a 2013 2WD RAM 1500 HEMI Bighorn that I plan on getting a CST 7" spindle lift for in the coming weeks. I was wanting to put on 35x12.5R20 on 20x10 rims with a wider stance (no more than -12 offset tho). Would I have full clearance without shaving? and what would be the best offset to have a wider stance and still prevent paint chips from tossed rocks?


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That offset is right for that width of rim. If you have fender flares, you should be fine..
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what about a 20x9 with a +0, would I still need fender flares to prevent rock chips?
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With 35x12.5's on 20x10 -12 offset rims you're going to be sticking out past the fender approximately 2.75"-3". With 20x9 0 offset you'll be sticking out around 1.5"

What kind of tires are you planning to run? MT's or AT's. What I found with the Toyo MT's I had on my 1500 (on 20x9 -12 offset rims) is that I didn't really get any scratches at all. The tread on those tires is so wide that it doesn't pick up many rocks at all. Now I also don't drive on many gravel roads and only ran them through the spring and summer. So it could be worse in the winter.

If you go with the 20x9 0 offset you can get away with OEM style flares as they will cover the tread. If you go with the 20x10 -12's and still want to be fully protected you'll want to go with Bushwacker Pocket Flares which will cover your tire completely.
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I was looking at either Toyo MT's or Nitto AT's, I didn't really want to invest in flares yet but I might just have to break down and do it to get what I want and save money in the long run.
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