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I am looking to get these Method NV 18"x9" with 275/70R18 Falken Wildpeak AT3, I only have a RC 2" level, do you think -12 offset would rub or not. I think +0 would be ideal, but these wheels are only available in +18 or -12. Anything information would help. Thanks in advance. - Kenneth

 

 

You could go with 17s and a 285/70/17

Almost the same height and a tad wider

Thats what i'm looking into.

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Hi there,

 

I am looking to get these Method NV 18"x9" with 275/70R18 Falken Wildpeak AT3, I only have a RC 2" level, do you think -12 offset would rub or not. I think +0 would be ideal, but these wheels are only available in +18 or -12. Anything information would help. Thanks in advance. - Kenneth

 

 

You will definitely rub the liner at full lock at the very least. Probably can get away with zip tie method to clear it. 285 65 18 on 18x9 -12 fuels rubs with 2-1/2" level but only the felt easily fixed with a zip tie.

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You could go with 17s and a 285/70/17

Almost the same height and a tad wider

Thats what i'm looking into.

Exactly what I run with RC 2" level. No rubbing.

 

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You will definitely rub the liner at full lock at the very least. Probably can get away with zip tie method to clear it. 285 65 18 on 18x9 -12 fuels rubs with 2-1/2" level but only the felt easily fixed with a zip tie.

Thanks for the info, the zip tie method would work with me. I got a great deal on those tires, just looking for wheels right now.

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Did the zip tie on our 2500hd it definitely works. I'll be looking at 295/70/17 Toyo MTs if the price isn't too bad. Been looking at them for 270-290$ a tire. Could also have RTs at 266$ a tire. Will just depend. I keep thinking i don't need a mudder because i'm mostly on pavement and some turn roads on the farm. But in deer season when you need mudders you just need them.

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I just pulled the trigger and got some 18x9 -12offset method nv from discount tires. They have the +18 offset version on sale for $100 less. Does anyone have picture of how they look with -12 or +18 offset. I want a slight aggressive look, would the -12 stick out too much. Any suggestion, please let me know, I can still change them to +18 offset since they are being order. Thanks in advance.

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I just pulled the trigger and got some 18x9 -12offset method nv from discount tires. They have the +18 offset version on sale for $100 less. Does anyone have picture of how they look with -12 or +18 offset. I want a slight aggressive look, would the -12 stick out too much. Any suggestion, please let me know, I can still change them to +18 offset since they are being order. Thanks in advance.

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I just pulled the trigger and got some 18x9 -12offset method nv from discount tires. They have the +18 offset version on sale for $100 less. Does anyone have picture of how they look with -12 or +18 offset. I want a slight aggressive look, would the -12 stick out too much. Any suggestion, please let me know, I can still change them to +18 offset since they are being order. Thanks in advance.

 

+18 is 1/4" more than stock rims at +24. Add that to half of the 1" wider rim and you get the edge of the tire about 3/4" out more than the stock setup. You have to ask yourself if that's worth the cost as it will be hard to see 3/4" of offset.

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+18 is 1/4" more than stock rims at +24. Add that to half of the 1" wider rim and you get the edge of the tire about 3/4" out more than the stock setup. You have to ask yourself if that's worth the cost as it will be hard to see 3/4" of offset.

To the contrary, i can see a difference between the stock wheel and my aftermarket... 3/4" will scream difference offset plus it will have a huge lip. Amazing, imo.

 

 

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Thanks for the info. I decided to stick with -12 offset, hopefully it will work out. If it looks like it stick out too much, i am thinking about adding the OEM fender flare. My wheels should be here this coming Wednesday, I will post pictures once I have it install. Thanks for all the help.

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Just put these on this week..

Fuel ff02 22x12 -44, toyo open country mt 33/12.5.

Had to trim the edge of the plastic piece below bumper.

Just put these on this week..

Fuel ff02 22x12 -44, toyo open country mt 33/12.5.

Had to trim the edge of the plastic piece below bumper.

I don't want to do 7" lift however love the big wheel and lip. Wonder how'd that work on a leveled set up?

 

 

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Hey there man do you have any other pics of your setup? What size tire you running? I got 275/70s and looking to go with a +18 18" wheel. Thanks

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Hey there man do you have any other pics of your setup? What size tire you running? I got 275/70s and looking to go with a +18 18" wheel. Thanks

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275/65-20...about 34"

 

 

 

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275/65-20...about 34"

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Thanks man, got any from the front or back taken a little further away? And what kind of level do you have? Any rubbing?

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Thanks man, got any from the front or back taken a little further away? And what kind of level do you have? Any rubbing?

No rubbing even in reverse at full lock. I'll take a couple tomorrow and post them up for you.

 

I have the RC 2" level kit

 

 

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