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2 hours ago, Ozer said:

Just got my wheels mounted.
I had already on 33" tires on stock wheels and then decide to get wheels.
Got these from AutoAnything with a price match for $165 each shipped.

Helo 20x9 0 offset.
They poke out just slightly which i wanted and looks better in person vs pictures i think. Next I will be replacing the side steps with a more sporty ones.
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thanks, that's about what I'm looking for, just ordered the adjustable Bilstein 5100's for the front to level it off.  what is the hub bore size on your rims, do I need to go with the exact hub bore or can it be bigger?  if it's bigger, would the wheel line correctly by using just the lugs?

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2 minutes ago, schmolf4 said:

thanks, that's about what I'm looking for, just ordered the adjustable Bilstein 5100's for the front to level it off.  what is the hub bore size on your rims, do I need to go with the exact hub bore or can it be bigger?  if it's bigger, would the wheel line correctly by using just the lugs?

Mine are direct fit, you can go bigger hub but will need the appropriate reducing hub centric ring. I wouldnt trust just using the lugs to seat it perfectly. The rings are cheap and sometimes they come with the wheels. 

I also have the 5100s set at highest level in these pictures.

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7 hours ago, Brant78 said:

I have a 2017 Silverado crew cab 4x4 that is leveled. I found a ridiculous deal on a set of 20x12 with a -44 offset and 33/12.50 tires. I’ve searched and can’t find the answer. Does anyone have this setup? Does it rub?

 

 

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yes it will rub. you will need to trim metal. This dude on another forum did it and details out what he cut...

 

http://www.gmfullsize.com/threads/my-16-silverado-z71-thread.305880/

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So the issue with mine (285/75R17 on 17x8.5 0 offset 2.5 level) is under slight articulation up and turning they rub. Time to trim.


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So the issue with mine (285/75R17 on 17x8.5 0 offset 2.5 level) is under slight articulation up and turning they rub. Time to trim.


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Let us know how much trimming you do, curious for the future


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1 hour ago, techsan15 said:

yes it will rub. you will need to trim metal. This dude on another forum did it and details out what he cut...

 

http://www.gmfullsize.com/threads/my-16-silverado-z71-thread.305880/

It didn’t say he has -44 offset that I saw. I don’t mind doing a little trimming if needed. Also he has a 2.5” level and I only have a 2” 🤔 

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It didn’t say he has -44 offset that I saw. I don’t mind doing a little trimming if needed. Also he has a 2.5” level and I only have a 2”  



Lol it’ll never fit...and 90% of x12s are -44 offset.


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Lol it’ll never fit...and 90% of x12s are -44 offset.


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So lots of cutting would be in store! Hmm maybe a different route lol.


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24x12 -44 minor trimming level kit


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24x12 -44 minor trimming level kit

 

 

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2” or 2.5” level. Let’s see this “minor” trimming. Also are those 33x12.5s?

 

 

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2” or 2.5” level. Let’s see this “minor” trimming


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3 inch spacers up front 3 inch blocks in back I’ll take a picture of it tomorrow when it’s daylight


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3 inch spacers up front 3 inch blocks in back I’ll take a picture of it tomorrow when it’s daylight


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Yea that makes sense. This dude wanted to fit them with just a 2” is the reason I told him it wouldn’t


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Yea that makes sense. This dude wanted to fit them with just a 2” is the reason I told him it wouldn’t


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Ah ok i see what you saying



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11 hours ago, techsan15 said:

 


Yea that makes sense. This dude wanted to fit them with just a 2” is the reason I told him it wouldn’t


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Now I’m looking at a 20x9 with -12 backspacing with 276/65/20 tires. That should fit better 

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12 hours ago, Brant78 said:

Now I’m looking at a 20x9 with -12 backspacing with 276/65/20 tires. That should fit better 

-12 is offset, backspacing is in inches - how far away the edge of the wheel to the strut housing (i believe). Look online for offset calculators and you will see diagrams..

go here:  https://www.1010tires.com/Tools/Wheel-Offset-Calculator#

 

Offset is.. look at the wheel down the center for example 12 inch wide rim will be center at 6 inches on either side right?

So + and - directions from that center line is the offset.

 

That combo will fit better and will push the wheels out maybe 1.5 inces past the fender im guessing.

I think if you are going negative offset you can run wider wheels so 20x10 should work. 

Looking at my 20x9  0 wheels, i could have ran 20x10 and 285 tires.

 

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