Any third gens with bilsteins and 35/12.5 on a 0 offset rim?

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Still finalizing the details on my rims and tires because every time I think Ive made my mind up, I find something else I like. Currently Im leaning toward 20" ballistics, 0 offset, with a 35/12.5. Anybody running a similar set up? Id like to see some pics pertaining to how far the tire sticks out passed the fender and if there have been any issues. Ive talked to Branden quite a bit about this setup and he said I should have plenty of clearance with the set up. Now Im just basically looking for similar pictures. Thanks!
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I have Fuel Boost's in a 20X9 +1 offset with 35/12.5-20 Toyo AT2's. Fit and look great. I have a Laramie with factory flares and I am flush in the front. I'll post pics in a day or two.

I know I'm a 4th gen. Still might give you some idea.
I would appreciate the pics bud. Thanks.
Im running bilstien 5100 set at 2" in the front woth 35/12.50/17 toyo open country m/t with -12 offset xd addicts
So would 0 offset wheels have a greater than or less than chance of rubbing than -12? Is there any chance of having issues with clearance in the rear? The inside of the stock tires look mighty close to that inner fender piece.
0 might have a bit of a a lesser chance of rubbing, all depends on the tire too. A toyo and nitto 12.5 wide is wider then a cooper sst and such. . The rear shouldn't be an issue at all. Does your truck have 3 or 4 leafs?
Ill be running the federal Couragia MT. No idea on the leafs, Id have to look.
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