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Best Offset for off roading wheels

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by anthonygan, Sep 9, 2018.

  1. Sep 9, 2018 at 9:11 PM
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    7EAA479F-3EF7-4E31-8C0A-2D6EAD9957CB.jpg Hey guess I have a 7in bds lift and I want to get 20x9 wheels! But what offset should I get ? Positive 20, negative 20 or etc... I have 20x12-44 right now and they aren’t the most off road capable so I want new wheels ! Thanks
     
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    With that lift you need to have 5" back space if I recall correctly. Also, 20" wheels aren't very good off road, too much wheel and not enough sidewall, tires are more expensive, wheels get scratched and bent faster......
     
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    20x9 +1 here but I want 20x10-12 lol
     
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    Yeah I want a 20x10 too but like there isn’t alot of styles 20x10 they are mostly 20x9:(
     
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    Im think about these! I just don't know if the offset is too much for off roading.Screen Shot 2018-09-09 at 10.53.47 PM.jpg
     
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    Yeah around 5 backspace, but you have a very valid point. I am not concerned about them getting scratched and stuff because this set of wheels would be dedicated to off-roading. But ya side wall is important, im gonna see what the 17 and 18 rim sizes have to offer
     
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    I think im gonna go with these 18x9 -12. Do you guys think the -12 will be bad for off roading or will it be okay? They also have this rim with a -20 or a 1 offset. Screen Shot 2018-09-09 at 11.15.54 PM.jpg
     
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  8. Sep 10, 2018 at 9:16 AM
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    I’ve decided to go with a positive 20 offset!! I’ve seen on Tundra that this wheel will still stick out a little but not a lot! Which I think is perfect, having it stick out all little will provide some stability
     
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