You need to be more specific. (+25) offset would be inwards and look goofy in my opinion. I had (-18) offset and it brings the wheels out about 1.5 inches and gives the truck a wider stance. Don't go too far with the offset tho. It can be tough on your bearings and axles.
Thnx. Appreciate it. I'm looking for a stock type look...
Ok guys I need some education on wheels, I'm incapable of figuring this stuff out...so I have stock 20" platinum wheels and looking to move down to an after market matte black set up...will a 25 offset work?
For offsets, it all depends on the width of tire and rim you plan on running. I think the stock rims are 8.5" and have a +44mm offset. I used that as a baseline for choosing mine and it worked out well in terms of fit. I have 20x9 rims with a +35mm offset, running 305/55R20 tires. They stick out maybe 1/2" at best, don't rub anything with stock height.
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