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  1. stevezf150
    04-07-2014 07:54 PM - permalink
    stevezf150
    I apologies I left out the main details, but I'm doing the zone 6 inch lift which sits pretty tall. I'm wrapping the wheels with a nitto trail grappler. Mr wheel deal recommended a -12 wheel but I follow a guy on Instagram that runs a -24 wheels and it looks pretty nice. With the flare I don't think they will stick out much or if even any but still gives a mean stance. He told there was a little trimming on the front valence. I'll have photos once the wheels get to my shipping address and I can go get them.
  2. DeereGeff
    04-07-2014 07:20 PM - permalink
    DeereGeff
    Without knowing what lift/level or tire size it's hard to tell. I would say that if you have any rubbing it will be on the inside of the wheelwell and could probably be trimmed without affecting the look much. I'm really interested in what your slooks like as I have been considering going to a 20x10 -12 wheel myself to get a deeper lip on the wheel.

    I will say as far as the flaps, I bought mine on Amazon and from their Wharehouse deals for $21 total for front and rear flaps. The description said the hardware was all present and only the box had some damage. I couldn't tell any damage and for the price decided to take a chance. I had them on my wish list and kept checking them daily to find the deal and it was well worth it.
  3. stevezf150
    04-07-2014 12:36 PM - permalink
    stevezf150
    Hey deeregeff, I am looking into the mudflaps you have for your flares. I got a 20x10 wheel -24 offset just wondering if you think they will rub on the front??? Love the look of them and the protection I just don't want to order them and find out they rub and don't work. Any imput would be awesome thanks a lot!!
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