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Just thought I would share with you guys. Had these put on late last week, and I am IN LOVE. Have received so many compliments already. Won't bore you with too many words. Here are pics and specs

35x12.5x20 Nitto Trail Grapplers
20x9 Satin Black SRT Replicas (+25 offset)
Bilstien 5100 shocks set to 2.8"
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Looks sick where did you get the rims?
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Looks great!! Any rubbing issues with a +25 offset? That seems to stick out quite a bit for a positive offset. My -12 sticks out like that. Usually a positive will sit inside the wheel well more.
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The new stance looks awesome! Nice job.
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Man that setup looks sweet, Do you have a straight on side shot?
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Looks great!! Any rubbing issues with a +25 offset? That seems to stick out quite a bit for a positive offset. My -12 sticks out like that. Usually a positive will sit inside the wheel well more.
Says he is running spacers
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Looks sick where did you get the rims?
Got them on ebay. 750 for the set.

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Looks great!! Any rubbing issues with a +25 offset? That seems to stick out quite a bit for a positive offset. My -12 sticks out like that. Usually a positive will sit inside the wheel well more.
I'm running 1.75" spacers. So now it's the equivalent of about a -19 offset.

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Man that setup looks sweet, Do you have a straight on side shot?
Here you go. Its kind of sitting on a slope, so it doesnt even look close to level for some reason. Let me know if you want me to move it and get you a better one.



I'm thinking that I need to get a 4" lift. It drives fine, and rubbing is minimal, but if there is much suspension flex off road I know it will rub. I think a 4" will make it sit just about perfect.
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Oops! I half-ass read it and was thinking rear spacers for lift. It was 3am half asleep at work. Haha

Now makes sense.

Looks good!
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Figured I'd test out the m/t's


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Are you having an rub issues with those tires? I was looking at the same set with the stock rims and a 1.5" spacer. Just wanted to see how the fit would be before I pulled the trigger...

Thanks for the info!!

love the look by the way!

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