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  • About Boatman_FX4
    Born and raised in Oklahoma.
    Family has always owned fords.
    Love my trucks, and my job.
    Mustang, Oklahoma
    Hunt, Noodlin, and Modifyin Trucks
    How did you find
    Always had huge help from google answers with this forum.
  • My Truck
    F-150 Fx4
    5.0l Coyote
    Fully Loaded 401A luxury package
    Roush Cat Back Exhaust, Roush CAI, 20x10 -12 offset Fuel Couplers w/ 33x12.50 Toyo Open Country M/T's,Recon Tail lights and 3rd brake light, 5K head and fogs, LED interior and exterior including license plate, dome, MAP, and Courtesy lights, Weathertech floor mats, Blendmount w/ Valentine 1 radar (worth every penny), 5% tint all the way around and the brow and 25% on full front windshield, Bullet Liner in bed.

    2014 5.0l FX4
    2013 SVT Raptor
    2011 Ecoboost FX4
  • Signature
    2014 FX4 SCREW, 20x10 -12 offset Fuel Coupler, 33X12.50 Toyo Open Country M/T, 2in Pro Comp Level, Roush CAI and Cat Back Exhaust, Bullet liner, Weathertech, Valentine 1 radar with blend mount, 5% tint all the way around and brow, 25% front window, Recon tails and 3rd brake, LED swap for everything else, 5k HID heads and Fogs.


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  • Last Activity: 06-02-2015 09:53 PM
  • Join Date: 03-25-2013


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  1. stevezf150
    01-28-2014 03:13 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the reply, I figured with any good looking wheel set up trimming would have to be done, I love the wide stance, I'm looking into the same wheels as you have or I was thinking about doing a 20x10 with a -24 offset. A little less stance on the truck but still more then a 9 inch rim would have. I just want the wheels to fill the extra protruding area that fender flares give. The only thing really holding me back from the wide wheels is the fact i live on a gravel road right now, its always dirty and muddy when it rains, Even at 10km you get mud licking up lol Can I ask who the member is with the 10 inch wheels are, hopefully i can see some photos!
  2. stevezf150
    01-23-2014 09:23 PM - permalink
    Hey Boatman! I'm wondering if you can chime in on how much you had to trim to fit those massive wheels on your truck? I'm looking into the same set up. I'm torn between a 12" rim or a 10"rim, any input would be sweet! Love your rig btw its badass!!
  3. Cheatum007
    05-22-2013 12:27 AM - permalink
    Both david and I are running 35x1250x20's in the -12 offset. Quite a bit of trimming will be required to clear the 35s in the corners. Both sheet metal and fender liners will have to be cut back. I would assume that 33s would fit with little to no trimming required. I did all my trimming myself only because I have experience, it wasn't that bad of job but I did end up having to remove more material than I wanted too but it was worth it. If your worried about having to trim get the wheel in a higher offset like +12 (not sure what all they come in) and 33" tires.
    Hope this helps and let me know if you have anymore questions.

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