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Hey Mark, I'm thinking the offset maybe is a little too much with a tire that big and it might cause a little rubbing but I'm just guessing. I did read this thread someone posted the other day that might help you out a little more. Hope This helped. http://www.f150forum.com/f38/merry-c...126773/index3/
Hey Country! Question for you. I have an 11 F150 4x4. I am putting in a 2" level. getting the Nitto Terra 325/60-18. My wheel guy suggested a -0mm offset on my wheels. Getting 18x9. I want the tires to stick out from under the well a few inches. Hopefully you have more experience with this than I do lol. do you think I can get away with a -12mm offset without any rubbing issue? I see a guy on here with the exact same set up and it is exactly what I'm looking for BUT he isn't on here any longer so I can't ask him if the -12mm offset like he has works out OK? Any thoughts? Thanks!
The nitto trail grapplers are a great tire and I have no problem keeping them balanced. They do great on the highway but do let off a little bit of a mud tire noise but I was expecting. I probally could of went bigger with the tires but I got them on before I added my leveling kit. So I would stay around a 33" inch tire if you don't have a leveling kit but if you are getting the leveling kit you should be able to go a little bigger with the tires. For my wheels I got the closet offset that fuel had to my stock wheels which was the offset of 20. So the tires do stick out about a inch from the fender which is the look that I wanted. Hope this helps out and be sure to post some pics when its done it should look great.
I was at 4 wheel parts today and ended up picking the same set up as you have. Do the back tires stick out from under the wheel well at all? Do you think you could have safely gone any bigger without any rubbing issues or do you think you are pretty much at your limit? Also, do the Nitto tires do pretty well at say 70mph? No prob keeping them balanced? Thanks!
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