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Old 02-13-2014, 02:13 PM   #1
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Will 20x12s or 20x10s clear with just a 2.5" Level, so long as I use 33x12.50 Tires?

I'm running 20x9 +18 Offset w/ 35x12.50 now and clear fine, no rub at all, except for maybe 1" of plastic from backside of fenderwell.

Just curious because I have a friend wanting to swap me his 20x12 Fuel Hostage & 33x12.50 Toyo Mt for mine.
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If you keep around the same offset you should be fine.. The rubbing starts when you go negative.. 20x12 is pretty wide but 33's shouldnt run
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If it's a friend why not just try?
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