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Hey everyone i have been really debating on what tire/wheel combo to get next. I know i'm pretty sure i want to sell my tire/wheel combo i have on my truck now. I am thinking about getting the Toyo M/T in a 33/12.50/r20 instead of 18's i have now. The Rim i'm looking at is the Fuel Hostage "Chrome" but the rim is 22x12 6 on 5.5 with a -44 offset. I know the rim's wouldn't work without a body lift with 35's but was wondering would they fit running 33's? I really love the Fuel Hostage and the big lip on the x12's but think it wouldn't really rub with runnin 33 12.50's. Anyone who could give me info i need to know before i plan on buying the tire wheel package Please let me know thnaks.

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Also if they want fit i will buy a Zone 1.5 inch body lift to clear them. I read on GMFS a NNBS Sierra had 6 inch lift and a 1.5 inch body lift and ran 35 12.50 on a 20x12 rockstar with same offset as the Fuels. He said he just trimmed the plastic is all..
 

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I am a little confused. You say Toyo 33x12.50r20 but then you say you are looking at 22" wheels. ???? If you do want to run 22x12 with 33x12.50 one, the tires are going to look like rubberbands and two, I don't really know how a 12.50 tire would look on a x12 wheels. What are you tring to accomplish with your new wheel/tire set up? A real wide stance but tire hight don't matter?
 

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I am a little confused. You say Toyo 33x12.50r20 but then you say you are looking at 22" wheels. ???? If you do want to run 22x12 with 33x12.50 one, the tires are going to look like rubberbands and two, I don't really know how a 12.50 tire would look on a x12 wheels. What are you tring to accomplish with your new wheel/tire set up? A real wide stance but tire hight don't matter?
Hey man sorry i'm trying to have the 33/12.50/R20 Toyo Mt's or possibly 35/12.50/R20 depending on if they would fit with a 3 inch body lift or 1.5 inch body lift either way. The rim i want is a 20x12 Fuel Octane -44 offset i didn't mean 22x12... I would want to run the 35 12.50/R20 on 20x12's but wounder if i would need the 3 inch body lift?

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I would love to run a 35/13.50 20x12's though but i think it would be really close with even a 3 inch body lift along with my 7.5 inch lift even though it would be 10.5 inches!

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Also the Back Spacing on the Rims is 4.75 too let you know..

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Can anyone on GMTC help me out here! I don't know allot about this and would like to know before i set my mind on buying all this and it not fitting properly. Thnaks, Jake
 

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i don't think it was FULLY covered last time. I'm asking would this work and it seems like nobody know's so no Responses! I also am asking allot of more different things a good answer would be nice!:no:
 

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0 offset... I'm asking about something WAY different than my rim's! All i'm asking is can i fit 35/12.50/R20 toyo m/t's on 20x12 -44 offset 6 on 5.5 and 4.75 Backspacing!! I know i would maybe either need a 1.5 inch body lift or 3 inch body lift just don't know which one!!:no:
 

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O.K., let's look at it this way, right now you have a 13.50 tire on a 9" rim with 0 offset, if you get a 12" rim with -44 offset it is going to stick out about 3 1/4" more than your current rim. If I was you I would take a tape measure and turn your steering wheel so the tires are turned to the point where they are closest to contacting the body and measure how much clearance you have now. Make sure you check the front of the tire and the rear for clearance. If you go with the 12.50 tire you will gain a little more room but not much. See what it looks like and let us know, we'll do our best to help.
 

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Okay man i will do that. I guess i will do measurments of the front of the tire and rear of the tire and see what the numbers are. I know i can run 35's with the setup i have now but with the 20x12 -44 offset 4.75 BS i think wouldn't work without the body lift. Well i'll know if i will need 1.5 inch BL or 3 inch BL depending how the numbers come out after measuring! Thanks Man!:sign0173:
 
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