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Hi everyone.

 

I'm about to put new wheels and tires on this thing (2020 2500 custom).  Only going 285/75/18 for rubber but have to make a decision on offset.   With no level kit (ok 1" on the keys) the popular number out there seems to be +20.   I have found a wheel I like (and really cheap) in a 0 offset but don't know how much tire will stick out.  Anyone try neutral (0) with these trucks before going 2-3" up in the front?   I dont want to throw rocks on my truck.

 

Thanks.  I just dont want to be dissapointed. 

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Hi everyone.
 
I'm about to put new wheels and tires on this thing (2020 2500 custom).  Only going 285/75/18 for rubber but have to make a decision on offset.   With no level kit (ok 1" on the keys) the popular number out there seems to be +20.   I have found a wheel I like (and really cheap) in a 0 offset but don't know how much tire will stick out.  Anyone try neutral (0) with these trucks before going 2-3" up in the front?   I dont want to throw rocks on my truck.
 
Thanks.  I just dont want to be dissapointed. 

An easier way to determine how much they will stick out is the backspace factory wheels are 6.25” most aftermarket wheels are 4-5 inches and even if you have the same width wheel at 4” backspace is already going to stick out 2 inches


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