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  1. IXFE
    04-13-2014 12:29 PM - permalink
    I have not had any rubbing with my setup.
  2. ThomasM
    04-06-2014 10:30 PM - permalink
    If I remember correctly its a +12mm offset I'll try to get a side profile picture on here.
  3. RandySt
    03-19-2013 08:27 PM - permalink
    Sorry....have not been on for a bit....I did have to trim valence and inside of you have me threw box out and said +20.... I just told him to order something that would be close to even with fender flares......I wonder if I can find out a different way...will have to ask if he has order #
    Love the duratracs...have them on my 03 dodge hunting truck...they are unreal in snow and on gravel......
    Find they hum more on my dodge, but I don't hear the, at all in the ford....don't will love these tires...
    Love the 2 front and 3 rear....would have gone 4 inch lift but wife tried to get in one and it was too high...I think this is a great look to be different than other trucks, and great to compromise for fuel, etc....go for it....
  4. Desert Dawg
    02-23-2013 02:07 PM - permalink
    Desert Dawg
    Hi...thanks for the compliment!

    So far, I really like the Duratracs although I only have about 1800 miles on them. But on the 20-inch wheels, they handle well, are relatively very quiet, and I really like the AT performance with an almost MT look. I have not taken the truck off-roading yet but have no doubt that I need to be careful as the Duratrac sidewalls and not as thick as the BFGs or Nitto Trails.

    I really like the looks of the Trail Grapplers but the heavy tires really impacted performance (initial acceleration and mileage) and got louder as some miles were accumulated. But they performed very well off road and seemed to wear very well too (as long as you keep rotating them).

    I might be converting over to (Fox or Icon) 3-inch coilover system in a bit, so if I do I might go back to the BGFs to get the size tire I want. If I ever go back to having another Jeep or old Bronco again for my weekend off-roading, I would pick the Nittos or BFG KM2s.

  5. Murderisthegame
    05-24-2012 06:05 PM - permalink
    It's actually just an eBay level kit, they're all the same thing and mine is exactly like my brother's HBS but half the price... I believe my wheel offset is 0 degrees.
  6. eco12
    05-20-2012 11:47 PM - permalink
    Hey bigwheel, thanks for the compliment. Its a 20" rim but to tell you the truth i have no idea what the offset is. I actuall think its 0mm for some reason, there 20x9 im pretty surre!
  7. coyotes33
    04-03-2012 04:47 PM - permalink
    Tires size was 295/55r20
  8. coyotes33
    04-03-2012 04:39 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the complements, in those pics i just had a 2" autospring leveling kit. Tires were nitto trail grapplers on 20x9 fuel gauge, -12 offset. I love the the 5.0 and the sound i get with the magnaflow is amazing!

About Me

  • About BigWheel69er
    Afton, MN
  • My Truck
    F150 Lariat & F350 XLT
    5.4 & 7.3 PS
    Every Option
    2.5" lift, 305-55-20 Nitto Terra Grapplers on BZO wheels, Fender Flares, LineX, Injen AI
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    2012-F150-Lariat-Tuxedo Black Metallic-Crew Cab-157"-5.0-4x4 Off Road-3.73 E-Locker-Moonroof-Nav

    2005 F150 Lariat 4x4-2.5" Level-305-55-20 Nitto Terra Grapplers-LineX-Injen CAI -SOLD


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