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Posted this under the sticky and now reposting;

I have an 09 1500 Laramie. 2" front/1.5" rear leveling kit going in this week. I have Dick Cepek 35"x12.5" tires and am trying to determine the best wheels.

I like the look of the Eagle Alloy 064. They are 20x10 with 4.64" bs and a -21 offset. The garage that's doing the work is concerned they will rub the fender wells. They are suggesting a 20x9 wheel with bs closer to 5" for better fit.

My alternative is the Eagle Alloy 079. They are 20x9 with 4.64" bs and a -12 offset.

Any comments on these fitting or rubbing would be appreciated.
 

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I would go with a 10" wide rim so the tire don't balloon as much. That will make the tire look better and also make it a little bigger. The -21 offset is quite a bit of offset but that should be good. I have -18 offset which is not too far off and I had 35x13.5 tires and they were good with a leveling kit. I did have to trim the bottom corner of the bumpe and fender well, but thats cause they were a 13.5 wide tire. I would def go with the 10" with -21 offset.
 
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