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Old 09-09-2013, 11:59 AM   #1
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Hey guys, I'm the proud owner of a 2013 F150 FX4 (white) and have been a lurker here for a little while. I get awefully confused on wheel fitment, which is why I am posting here.

My plans are to run the stock pirelli's (I know I know) and get some aftermarket rims....maybe the Fuel Dune's. Then use the stock rim for some dedicated winters.

Now....what size aftermarket rim do I need? 20x9 with an offset of.....

I'm confused.
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Why would you change rims to suit the tires you currently have? I don't get it....
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Huh? Why would I change the rims to suit the tires I have?? Mmmmmmm because I want to get some rims?
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rsenio ... Now....what size aftermarket rim do I need? 20x9 with an offset of.....
With 20"x9" rims OEM, stock offset will be fine ... 25mm - 44mm

Currently have 20"x10" all around, no leveling, no lift, etc. with 44mm offset and there are no issues.
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Having said that, and I have read different "truths".....do you know if on a stock height FX4 if 285/55/20's still fit without a level?
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20X9 with stock tires will look stupid...but stock off set is 0 with 5.72 back spaceing.
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Will 285/55/20's fit on stock height or will I rub?
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Fit up to 305/55/20
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20X9 with stock tires will look stupid...but stock off set is 0 with 5.72 back spaceing.
How so?
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How so?
Welcome to the forum rsenio. You will find some here are quite opinionated. It's your truck, do what makes you happy.
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