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I'm looking to buy SRT wheels but i'm concerned about them rubbing at full lock. I found 22X9 SRT jeep wheels with an offset of +35....will these fit with no rubbing issues???

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I don't think a +35 offset is going to work on a Ram. My math tells me the wheel itself will probably rub on the upper A-arm.
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I just got a new 2014 Ram 1500 outdoorsman with the stock 17" wheels. The Wheels are tucked into the fender flares quite a bit which I don't like. The 17's are great for these MN winters which is why I will be keeping them for that. I will be getting some summer wheels and want them to fill out the wheel well. I've read the stock 20's are a +19 offset. I have attached a picture of how much my 17's are tucked in. Most of the aftermarket wheels I've looked at are +20 offset. Will these wheels with stock size A/T tires at least sit even with the flares? Any help would be appreciated thank you
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Looking to go from factory 20X9 wheels aftermarket 17s. I'll be mounting either Yokohama Geolander A/T-S or Kumho Road Venture AT KL78 LT285/70.
The wheels I'm looking at are 17X9. Wheel one has 10mm offset and 5.35" backspace. Wheel 2 has 20mm offset and 5.79" backspace. Will either or both work on my 2004 1500 Laramie 4X4 QC with completely stock suspension?
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I just got a new 2014 Ram 1500 outdoorsman with the stock 17" wheels. The Wheels are tucked into the fender flares quite a bit which I don't like. The 17's are great for these MN winters which is why I will be keeping them for that. I will be getting some summer wheels and want them to fill out the wheel well. I've read the stock 20's are a +19 offset. I have attached a picture of how much my 17's are tucked in. Most of the aftermarket wheels I've looked at are +20 offset. Will these wheels with stock size A/T tires at least sit even with the flares? Any help would be appreciated thank you
With a +20 offset and stock size tires you'll be tucked under about that far with 20" wheels as well. If you want to be more flush with your flares I'd look at something closer to +12 offset. If you get me the exact wheel and tire specs that you want to run I can tell you almost exactly how flush they'll be.

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Looking to go from factory 20X9 wheels aftermarket 17s. I'll be mounting either Yokohama Geolander A/T-S or Kumho Road Venture AT KL78 LT285/70.
The wheels I'm looking at are 17X9. Wheel one has 10mm offset and 5.35" backspace. Wheel 2 has 20mm offset and 5.79" backspace. Will either or both work on my 2004 1500 Laramie 4X4 QC with completely stock suspension?
Yup either of those set ups will work. The +10 offset will just stick out 3/8" further than the +20
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[QUOTE=brandonjansen;1345894]With a +20 offset and stock size tires you'll be tucked under about that far with 20" wheels as well. If you want to be more flush with your flares I'd look at something closer to +12 offset. If you get me the exact wheel and tire specs that you want to run I can tell you almost exactly how flush they'll be.


Ok I appreciate the help. I'm looking at 20X9 ballistic wizards with +14 offset. I'd like to run 275/60/20 cooper discoverer ATP's. I would think this should get me about flush. What do you think?
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You'll be tucked under them by approximately a 1/2" with that set up.
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I am looking to buy new wheels and tires for my 13 w/ air suspension. Not sure what kind of aftermarket setups people have been running so far without rubbing. I read on another thread that someone is running 305 toyo at's on 20" fuel wheels with only minimal rubbing in E/E mode. Hard to believe since there is minor rubbing at normal ride height with factory wheels/tires already. Maybe something that like is possible with spacers or offset? Anyways, just wondering what specs I need to look for to make something work without rubbing issues. I want to keep a 20" wheel and use toyo at2's if possible. Hoping not to go the spacer route either.
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