295/55/20

A_T_Ver

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Who's running a 295/55/20 tire? Can't decide what wheel to go with. I've had 20x9 0 offset with 285/55/20 tires. I'd like a little bit wider tire. I'm thinking going with the same size of wheel and offset would still work with that 295. I don't want them hanging outside the fender a whole lot, a little bit is fine but also I don't want them tucked way inside either. Maybe a +18 offset? If you have pictures, post them up!
 

AthenaLMM

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Do you have pictures of your setup?







What offset are your wheels?


I was kidding, they’re 20x10. So based on that info, looking at their website, it’s a -25 offset. (These wheels came on the truck.)


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A_T_Ver

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I think I'll do a 20x9 with a zero offset. They worked with the 285's and the 295's are not quite a half inch wider. Probably trim some plastic and zip tie the ebrake cable. Should be fine!
 

zakkb787

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I wish I wasn’t in the other side of the country. Weather sucks here right now. If I waste closer I’d take them off your hands for sure.


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AthenaLMM

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I wish I wasn’t in the other side of the country. Weather sucks here right now. If I waste closer I’d take them off your hands for sure.


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Well, crap. Guess I’m stuck with ‘em for now. I’d rather have a 17” in bronze. Not really going for the bro-dozer Storm trooper look like every other truck around here. Lol


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AthenaLMM

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I think I'll do a 20x9 with a zero offset. They worked with the 285's and the 295's are not quite a half inch wider. Probably trim some plastic and zip tie the ebrake cable. Should be fine!


Ehhh, I’d go baling wire or small hose clamp, rather than zip ties. Something that will hold up in the long run.


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zakkb787

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Only thing I had to do to make mine fit with virtually 0 rubbing was use a heat gun for the front of the driver fender liner to bend it back a bit and trim the lower valance. Nothin else.
 

A_T_Ver

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Looks like in between you guys. So meet up where i'm at and you can do a wheel exchange. Lol
I'll probably go with that 0 offset on a 9 wide wheel.
 

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