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20" on 3in lift

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by mitchyb22, Mar 8, 2012.

  1. mitchyb22

    mitchyb22 [OP] Member

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    Im going to lift my truck 3in and put 20x9 wheels on it. Im looking pretty hard at putting 33x12.50 toyos on it. Does anyone have any pictures of 20's on that size lift with mud tires? Also, hot serious do you guys think ill have to trimming the wheel wells?
     
  2. chris4x4

    chris4x4 With sufficient thrust, pigs fly just fine. Staff Member

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    You may have to trim a little, but most depends on the wheel offset.
     
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    GotLift37 Bangers Runner

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    3" 20's and 33" mud grapplers... was my tacoma at first
     
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  6. mitchyb22

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    What wheel offset would require the least amour of trimming?
     
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    Very little trimming on mine all I had to trim was mud flap but I just installed a 1 1/4 spacer and had to trim little more but nothing major


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  8. mitchyb22

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    No cab mount cutting?
     
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    Nope nothing at all. Every1 says on here your going to need to but I didn't
     
  10. mitchyb22

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    Awesome thanks for the info it saved my truck from the torch haha
     
  11. JLee

    JLee The Man! Vendor

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    The cab mount chop has everything to do with the wheel & tire you choose offset and back spacing not the size. I know guys that are fine on the street off road is another story.

    I also found this in your gallery if you wheel that truck your going to rub and that's why most of the guys say you will need a CMC.

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