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offset question

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by ebaker27, Jun 26, 2013.

  1. ebaker27

    ebaker27 New Member

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    i have a 2005 silverado z71 and im looking too put fuel mavricks on it, im looking at a set of 20x10s with either a -12 or -24 offset am i gunna have problems with rubbing, i want them to stick out, but dont wanna order them and not be able to turn
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    barefoot greg New Member

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    not really sure, but just by me replying this thread will go to the top of the list so more'll see it, also known as a BUMP "donyms" has oversize wheels on his ride maybe he'd know, have you tried a thread search for the word "offset" there may have been older threads on this issue that other people have answered in the past. Hope this helps -BFG-
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    ajarman New Member

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    the -24 will stick out about 1/2 inch more than the -12

    Lift and tire size?
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  4. ebaker27

    ebaker27 New Member

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    well i dont have any yet, the truck is stock, im plannin on running 33s with a 3, key and block lift. but i dont want to order wheels in a crazy offset and then im not gunna be able to turn, i just want a safe wheel offset that will stick out, i also found a 20x9 that they have in +1 +12 and +24 offset witch would be more like stock
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    Burden33 New Member

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    +12 will make the rim go inward so it will be more stock 0 offset i think you sit about an inch out give or take a little. i had32.75x11.25r20 wheels on fuel gauge rims on my nnbs with a 3" lift and they just cleared
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