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20x9 +0 fit?

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I’ve searched and can’t find a definitive answer.  I’d like to put 20x9 +0 wheels on my 2017 HC 2500 with 305/55’s.  Any thoughts if this will work or does anyone have this setup?  I do have a Readylift installed but want to keep some rake for towing.  Any thoughts or pics would be appreciated.

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I’ve searched and can’t find a definitive answer.  I’d like to put 20x9 +0 wheels on my 2017 HC 2500 with 305/55’s.  Any thoughts if this will work or does anyone have this setup?  I do have a Readylift installed but want to keep some rake for towing.  Any thoughts or pics would be appreciated.


I have 35x12.5 on the same sized wheels. You’ll have to bump your bumper out a little. You’ll rub otherwise.


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Thanks..Might be easier to go with a +10 or +18 then.

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Thanks..Might be easier to go with a +10 or +18 then.

Bumper spacer is pretty easy. +0 offset looks awesome! I think I’m out about 1/2” and it’s enough to only rub occasionally


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Thanks..Might be easier to go with a +10 or +18 then.

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5 hours ago, Waaazooo said:


Bumper spacer is pretty easy. +0 offset looks awesome! I think I’m out about 1/2” and it’s enough to only rub occasionally


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How far out did you space the bumper?

 

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How far out did you space the bumper?
 

I think it’s about 1/2”. I went until the bumper doesn’t tuck under the grill


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I think it’s about 1/2”. I went until the bumper doesn’t tuck under the grill


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Here is an idea of the stance the truck will have.

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How far out I pushed my bumper.



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I just realized you’re going with a 33” tire. You’ll be fine. I have 35”.


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5 minutes ago, Waaazooo said:

I just realized you’re going with a 33” tire. You’ll be fine. I have 35”.


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Thanks for the pics..That looks great.  I agree..the 33’s should fit no problem seeing yours.

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Thanks for the pics..That looks great.  I agree..the 33’s should fit no problem seeing yours.

Yes.. all of the test fitting we did on my truck were with 33” tires and no running... Then I got greedy and went 35”.


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what modifications am I looking at to use a 20x10 -24 offset and 275/65r20's or should I find a lower offset more to the +? or would a 20x9 +18 and same tire be better?  

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never mind, the -24 stick too far out...

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