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Old 04-18-2014, 05:47 PM   #11
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I first bought 325/65 r18 Faulken Wildpeak/Rockymountains on Method double standards which are 18x9 -18mm. They are not as agressive as your tires but no rubbing on stock 4x4. Regardless leveled the front 2.5 and back 1.5.
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Thanks. Almost two years in and i still love these tires.
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Old 04-18-2014, 06:20 PM   #13
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Old thread but damn that does look good!
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Old 04-18-2014, 07:09 PM   #14
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Yeah it is an old thread. I need to update my pictures, as I've since upgraded to HIDs and a different grille. And coming next week is a topper and a replacement bumper. I'll be selling this bumper to anyone that wants it. I'll also be selling the hidden winch mount. (not pictured yet)
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I first bought 325/65 r18 Faulken Wildpeak/Rockymountains on Method double standards which are 18x9 -18mm. They are not as agressive as your tires but no rubbing on stock 4x4. Regardless leveled the front 2.5 and back 1.5.
Really? No rubbing at stock height with those wheels?
At just ride height when I would turn the wheel it would rub on the inner plastic, and the inner fender, and this is with -25mm wheels. My tires are very close to my UCA.

Your' -18mm wheels would stick out another 7 mm.
How did you manage to not get any rubbing?

Anyway, how did they end up treating you? Did they last the promised 50k miles?
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Im sorry you are correct. +18 offset not -. I've only had them for 5k miles. So far so good. Definately an E rated tire.
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looks great, any updated pics?
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