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Old 09-10-2013, 12:49 AM   #1
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Default 13' F-150 Upgrade to 20's w/no lift - will this work?

Quick question...I'm ready to upgrade my stock 18wheels to 20's and want to make sure that the configuration i'm going with will fit with NO rubbing. Stats below...please advise if I should be clear to go on these wheels with no issues.

Wheel: Liquid Metal - Coil Click the image to open in full size.
Product Dimensions 20 x 20 x 9 inches
Rim Diameter 20 inches
Rim Width 9 inches
Bolt Pattern (Number of Holes) 6
Bolt Pattern (Pitch Circle Diameter) 135 millimeters
Offset 25 millimeters
Backspace 5.98 inches
Hub Bore 87.10 millimeters

Tire: Falken Wild Peak 275/55/20
Brand Falken
Model WildPeak A/T

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Product Dimensions 31.9 x 8.5 x 31.9 inches
Section Width 275
Aspect Ratio 55 inches
Construction R
Rim Diameter 20 inches


Am I a go/no-go on this config assuming i don't lift my truck. i'm thinking this should work just fine on a 13' Lariat 4x2 but want to make sure before dropping the bucks on these.
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Old 09-10-2013, 12:54 AM   #2
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Quick question...I'm ready to upgrade my stock 18wheels to 20's and want to make sure that the configuration i'm going with will fit with NO rubbing. Stats below...please advise if I should be clear to go on these wheels with no issues.

Wheel: Liquid Metal - Coil
Product Dimensions 20 x 20 x 9 inches
Rim Diameter 20 inches
Rim Width 9 inches
Bolt Pattern (Number of Holes) 6
Bolt Pattern (Pitch Circle Diameter) 135 millimeters
Offset 25 millimeters
Backspace 5.98 inches
Hub Bore 87.10 millimeters

Tire: Falken Wild Peak 275/55/20
Brand Falken
Model WildPeak A/T

Product Dimensions 31.9 x 8.5 x 31.9 inches
Section Width 275
Aspect Ratio 55 inches
Construction R
Rim Diameter 20 inches

Am I a go/no-go on this config assuming i don't lift my truck. i'm thinking this should work just fine on a 13' Lariat 4x2 but want to make sure before dropping the bucks on these.
Should be no issue at all... you're almost putting what ford puts on stock for vehicles with 20s... same size tire with a little (minimal) more sticking out of the fender. It will look almost stock as far as stance.
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Should be no issue at all... you're almost putting what ford puts on stock for vehicles with 20s... same size tire with a little (minimal) more sticking out of the fender. It will look almost stock as far as stance.
Thanks! any recco on what lager/safer tire size i could go with. i wouldn't mind having maybe 1-2 inches sticking out further for a more aggressive look. Was told this is the largest I could go w/o rubbing. If the case, i'll stick with this plan but would def love to beef it up a bit more if i could.
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Thanks! any recco on what lager/safer tire size i could go with. i wouldn't mind having maybe 1-2 inches sticking out further for a more aggressive look. Was told this is the largest I could go w/o rubbing. If the case, i'll stick with this plan but would def love to beef it up a bit more if i could.
Without a level I wouldn't go much bigger on tire size (32")... you might be able to get 33s but not sure without the level. You could go with +18/+20 offset or 10" wide rims and you'll get a wider stance... you'd stick out 1-1.5"
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If you do that you'll need a wider tire, look for a 295/50r20... that'll be 12-12.25" wide instead of 11-11.5"
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I have a 12 FX-4 and it came with 275 55 R20 which equates to 31.9. I went 1 size up without any width change to 275 60 R20. It fills the wheel wells better but rubs just slightly on a full lock to lock turn on just the very edge of the factory mud flap. I'm getting some Bilstein 5100 adj shocks to level the front out vs blocks.
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I have a 12 FX-4 and it came with 275 55 R20 which equates to 31.9. I went 1 size up without any width change to 275 60 R20. It fills the wheel wells better but rubs just slightly on a full lock to lock turn on just the very edge of the factory mud flap. I'm getting some Bilstein 5100 adj shocks to level the front out vs blocks.
Thanks man! I've already ordered some Falken Wildpeak 275 55 20 to go with the wheels. Didn't want to take any chances and honestly te prices are way better on that size. I'll post some pics later today after I get them put on. Thanks again for the feedback.
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