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305/55/20 Duratracs, with a 2.5 level

 

 

 

Any kind of scrubbing or rubbing issues? I was looking at this same tire size and had to ask!

 

Thanks in advance!

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Fuel Maverick D538

20x10 -24 offset

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One more

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295/70R17 Toyo RT

17x8 +0 4.5"BS XD RG1's

 

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295/70R17 Toyo RT

17x8 +0 4.5"BS XD RG1's

 

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any more pictures from front or another angle?

 

i have a cobalt blue sierra...looking to get 17inch fuels on a 2 inch level with 1.5 BL... wasnt sure how lifted trucks with 17s would look though. planning to run 285 or 295s as well.

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any more pictures from front or another angle?

 

i have a cobalt blue sierra...looking to get 17inch fuels on a 2 inch level with 1.5 BL... wasnt sure how lifted trucks with 17s would look though. planning to run 285 or 295s as well.

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I'll snap a few more tomorrow.

 

I actually prefer the look of the smaller wheel, as long as it's something with some substance to it. These, Raceline monsters, Walker Evans legends etc. not a lot of little spokes. That's probably from my off-roading background too. No offense to anyone on here with them, but just about every truck in my area has 20" Fuel Mavericks or something very similar and I wanted the complete opposite.

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Hostile Sprocket 20x10 -19 offset

285/55 20 Toyo RTs

 

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My winter setup!

GMC Replicas 20x9 +27 offset

BFG T/A KO2's 35x12.5

 

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I'm sure this has been asked already. But what exactly is the offset? I've heard +-12, 18, +-24. Not sure what all that means. I have a stock 2014 Silverado Crew Cab. I want to get BF Goodrich KO2 and KMC Monster wheels put on. I'm contemplating getting a leveling kit or lift. And do I really need one..? Also, I looked at Tire Rack and it says the offset of the wheels I want is 18mm, is that just typical or do I have to add something when I put them on my truck. A lot of questions but feedback is much appreciated. By the way, GO STEELERS!

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I'm sure this has been asked already. But what exactly is the offset? I've heard +-12, 18, +-24. Not sure what all that means. I have a stock 2014 Silverado Crew Cab. I want to get BF Goodrich KO2 and KMC Monster wheels put on. I'm contemplating getting a leveling kit or lift. And do I really need one..? Also, I looked at Tire Rack and it says the offset of the wheels I want is 18mm, is that just typical or do I have to add something when I put them on my truck. A lot of questions but feedback is much appreciated. By the way, GO STEELERS!

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I'm sure this has been asked already. But what exactly is the offset? I've heard +-12, 18, +-24. Not sure what all that means. I have a stock 2014 Silverado Crew Cab. I want to get BF Goodrich KO2 and KMC Monster wheels put on. I'm contemplating getting a leveling kit or lift. And do I really need one..? Also, I looked at Tire Rack and it says the offset of the wheels I want is 18mm, is that just typical or do I have to add something when I put them on my truck. A lot of questions but feedback is much appreciated. By the way, GO STEELERS!

Go to custom wheel offsets and look at all the different trucks that are posted on there to see which offset you like the best. Just depends on if you want a stock look, flush with the fenders, or more of the wheel/tire outside of the fender. My 20x9 +18 KMC XD wheel site just outside of the fender with a 33x12" tire and looks perfect to me

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