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Old 03-02-2014, 10:22 PM
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2013 1500 quad sport 4wd. I want to run 35/12.5r20. What width and offset 20" rim should I run without rubbing. Stock fenders with no flares. I know they are going to stick out a little but I'd like as flush as possible without rubbing the inner spindle. Also thinking about 4" mopar lift with bilstiens.
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2013 1500 quad sport 4wd. I want to run 35/12.5r20. What width and offset 20" rim should I run without rubbing. Stock fenders with no flares. I know they are going to stick out a little but I'd like as flush as possible without rubbing the inner spindle. Also thinking about 4" mopar lift with bilstiens.
Who is running toyo oc mt's. How loud are they.
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If you want to stay as close to flush as possible and have the least chance of rubbing you'll want a 20x9 0 offset. They'll be sticking out approximately 1.5" past your fender (to the outside of the budge). If you put a 4" lift on down the road you will want at least that wide of a stance to make it look right.

The Toyo MT's are surprisingly quiet for a mud tire. I was very impressed with mine.
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2012 1500 Quad Express 4x4 with factory 20's. I want to level the front. What is your thoughts on how I should go? Bilsteins? I am asking cause my Crapyear's are about toast at 20k so I need new tires. What is the biggest tire I can fit with truck leveled? I will be pulling a camper and what E rated tires.
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2012 1500 Quad Express 4x4 with factory 20's. I want to level the front. What is your thoughts on how I should go? Bilsteins? I am asking cause my Crapyear's are about toast at 20k so I need new tires. What is the biggest tire I can fit with truck leveled? I will be pulling a camper and what E rated tires.
Check out the Guide to Leveling & Wheel and Tire sizing linked in my signature. It will answer all your questions.
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You'll be tucked under them by approximately a 1/2" with that set up.
I'm not sure if this makes a difference or not but my factory wheels are 17X7. So I will gain an 1" with the 20X9 wheel right off the bat. From what I've found stock ram 17's have a +25 offset so with the +14 offset will get me almost a 1/2". So maybe I need to go with a 0 offset then to get that last 1/2"
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I'm not sure if this makes a difference or not but my factory wheels are 17X7. So I will gain an 1" with the 20X9 wheel right off the bat. From what I've found stock ram 17's have a +25 offset so with the +14 offset will get me almost a 1/2". So maybe I need to go with a 0 offset then to get that last 1/2"
Yup, I would go with a 0 offset to be flush with a 275 wide tire.
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Im at stock height. No level or anything. I want to just get rims with a little wider tire but keep the stock tire height. What is the widest I can go without any rubbing? I was thinking a 20x9 wheel but Im not sure what offset I should go with. I don't the tires barely poking out but at stock height I don't want it to look like a rollerskate either.
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Well you've left it fairly open as to what you could run. How much wider of a tire do you want to run? Really I'd recommend a wheel with stock specs (20x9 +19 offset) and then a 285/60/20 tire. That's give you the slightly wider tire without too much poke and will work at stock height.
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That was supposed to say I don't MIND the tires poking out a little lol. As far as tire width, the wider the better. If I can fit a 305 in there somehow without rubbing issues and without them sticking out way too far I will lol. Im guessing that's not the case though.
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Okay, well that will be very possible. If you go with something like a +12 or 0 offset you'll fit that wide of a tire no problem. If you went with a 20x9 +12 offset wheel with a 305/55/20 (33.2x12) tire you'd be sticking out past the fender about 3/4". Maybe a little less depending on the type of tire you go with.
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