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Old 02-15-2017, 06:42 PM
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Current set up is 20x9 +20 fuel krank wheels wrapped in 35x12.50r20 nitto g2 terra grapplers A/t.

I hate the tires, should have went with a mud tire. So i will be changing that. Also not a big fan of the wheels, offset on them sucks, they have little to no lip and don't stick out. Also not a big fan of the huge center cap and the aluminum ****. When i got this setup done it was sight un seen and was to excited to ask about the details. So would like to go wider and more aggressive. I have a 6inch rough country lift and have already done cutting and trimming. I really like all black method nv, even though they dont have a lip if they had a nice low offset i would do it. If anyone has some ideas and pictures please post! Thanks guys, more the better. I will post a picture of my current setup.










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I considered the terra grapplers as well but like you, I wanted something a little more rugged with the tread. After a bunch of research I landed on the Toyo R/T. They are a hybrid of the AT and MT. I honestly love the tires...they have the rugged tread I wanted but still a nice ride on the highway. I paired them with Fuel Maverick 20x9 wheels. I will post better pictures when I can of the tires and wheels up close.
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Originally Posted by TexasLift View Post

I considered the terra grapplers as well but like you, I wanted something a little more rugged with the tread. After a bunch of research I landed on the Toyo R/T. They are a hybrid of the AT and MT. I honestly love the tires...they have the rugged tread I wanted but still a nice ride on the highway. I paired them with Fuel Maverick 20x9 wheels. I will post better pictures when I can of the tires and wheels up close.

thanks man for the reply! I like that setup, looks good. Your right about the tires, those r/t toyos are a happy medium.
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I planed on getting the Nitto's but I may have to consider the Toyo's....They are a little more expensive. Just saved to my favorites.
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Here's my roommates truck.. '14 FX4 with a 2" level, 17x8.5 Method NV wheels with a 0 offset, and 35x12.5x17 Nitto Trail Grapplers. It's pretty sick looking haha.








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Here's my roommates truck.. '14 FX4 with a 2" level, 17x8.5 Method NV wheels with a 0 offset, and 35x12.5x17 Nitto Trail Grapplers. It's pretty sick looking haha.








Looks sweet! Wish they had those wheels in 18" or 20" with a 0 offset. Those are the nittos i should have got. Thanks bro
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Looks sweet! Wish they had those wheels in 18" or 20" with a 0 offset. Those are the nittos i should have got. Thanks bro
Yeah it looks like they only come in a +18 offset for those rim sizes. The tires look sick, but they're freaking heavy and are pretty loud. My buddy is saving up to buy new tires. He's looking at the Nitto Ridge Grapplers. They look similar to the Trail Grapplers, but lighter and much quieter.
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I don't know if you like XD Addict's, but I have 17x9's, +18 offset, 35" BFG KO2's. You can get those in +18 or -12, in 17's, 18's, and 20's.






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Why do you want it to stick out of the body? So it looks like this?

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Method NV with +18 offset (20x9)

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