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Old 08-04-2011, 03:59 PM   #1
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20x9 on 33s

I'm looking into making my purchase of 20x9 of 33s. I want to see what you guys think on the offsets and if any trouble on rubbings on your Taco.

I'm getting 20x9 5.71 in. BS and 18mm Offset. I'm putting them on the Nitto Trail Grappler 295/55R-20 with 3" ProComp lift kit & level kit.
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You will rub like crazy with that BS
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Old 08-04-2011, 04:11 PM   #3
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What would be a good BS JLee?
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What would be a good BS JLee?
4.5 is ideal for 2nd Gens for the least amount of rubbing. With 20's and that BS your rim might hit the UCA's or put your tire into the frame at full lock and you really can't cut there.
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May need spacers
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Yea I wouldn't want that major trouble. How about with 4.53 BS and 12 Offset?
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Yea I wouldn't want that major trouble. How about with 4.53 BS and 12 Offset?
That's way better but the 9" rim might be the killer. You can always run a 1" wheel spacer if you have rubbing problems.


Where is KPT anyway he's on point on these tire threads
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Thanks for the insight JLee. Been a real great help on intel.
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That's way better but the 9" rim might be the killer. You can always run a 1" wheel spacer if you have rubbing problems.


Where is KPT anyway he's on point on these tire threads
Sorry I'm late. you should be fine with the 9" wide wheel and the 4.5" backspacing. That's a pretty big tire though and you may need to cut a lot. I'd recommend a 285/55/20. you will still need to trim some with that size though.
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Sorry I'm late. you should be fine with the 9" wide wheel and the 4.5" backspacing. That's a pretty big tire though and you may need to cut a lot. I'd recommend a 285/55/20. you will still need to trim some with that size though.
Ok I see what you mean KPT. It's nice to have great help on this forum. I will most likely go with that option n run the 285/55-20
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im just curious . . . . . why 20s
I like the way it looks on them.
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good enough for me, was just wondering
Yea I won't be doing much Off Roading. Mostly be some trails and City/HWY
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way to rep Memphis by tha way! I havent seen many on here
For sure man .. not many at all
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