Rim and tire size with suspension

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Flexpalo25

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i need to know if I can't fit 35 inch tires on 20 inch rims -24 offset on the truck 2016 with only a 2.5 in leveling kit with out cutting or rubbing anybody ? Pics please
 

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i need to know if I can't fit 35 inch tires on 20 inch rims -24 offset on the truck 2016 with only a 2.5 in leveling kit with out cutting or rubbing anybody ? Pics please
I would say you'd need a lift kit at the minimum with that much offset. Just my opinion though.
 

jmon3y610

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I also uploaded a bunch of pics to my Garage
i cant seem to find the hostage in a 9 inch with a -12 offset according to their site . looking at a similiar set up. just wanted to see the B/S for the fuel vs XD. lookin at the XD825 but they dont offer it in -12 offset. just a 0 offset. with a 295/60 (34x11.5). so i guess my question is do you think that this would work?
 
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Medic201

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I looked at the Fuel site and you are right they don't offer that backspacing in black any more. They do offer it in chrome. -12 is equal to 4.5" and -20 is 5.0".That might help in the search. I do not have any idea if 0 offset will work
 
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jdn112011

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I know many guys aren't fond of the factory rims but I've got 275/65/20 without a lift or even level and everything fits perfect. Tire dimensions are 34.5"x11, it's just a skinny 35.

Even aired down in entry/exit no rub.

I'm a firm believer in maintaining offset and I think that is your biggest challenge going to a 35
 

Ofishl1

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Im looking at a set of BFG 35x12.50r20..right now..so with a 4inch BDS I should not need any spacers for the front on the stock 20x9 then..?
 

Gunpackingsaint

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Im looking at a set of BFG 35x12.50r20..right now..so with a 4inch BDS I should not need any spacers for the front on the stock 20x9 then..?
I got a ReadyLift 4in kit and I was getting a little bit of rubbing on the wheel well trim, both sides on the cab side, no issues towards the front. I'm running 20X9 wheels with 35X10 tires and I recently added 1.5in spacers. I used a heatgun to soften up the plastic and pushed it back just enough to alleviate the rubbing. I did notice a bit of rubbing on the sway bar on the passenger side but that only happens when I steer left all the way.

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