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Wheel +20 vs +1 offset

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by monaco730, Mar 30, 2018.

  1. Mar 30, 2018 at 8:36 AM
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    Does anyone have any pictures of their +20 or +1 offset wheels? I am between the two offsets but not sure which to get. Thanks for your help.
     
  2. Mar 30, 2018 at 8:42 AM
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    Mike I don't have either one , but for the difference between the 2, it's about 3/4". Your +1 offset will push that tire out more. Also depends on size tire your running to. Hope this helps
     
  3. Mar 30, 2018 at 8:48 AM
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    Thanks @rons23 . I am debating between 285/70/18 and 295/70/18. I believe the stock offset is 60mm. So if...
    60mm = 2.3622 inches
    20mm = .7874 inches... this will push it out 2.3622 - .7874 = 1.5748 inches
    1mm = .0394 inches... this will push it out 2.3622 - .0394 = 2.3228 inches
    ...so the difference between the two....2.3228 - 1.5748 = .748 inches...which is basically 3/4" like you said. Smart guy you are :)
     
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    Na Mike I'm a perpetrator, haha. I'm running 295/70/18 Ridge Grapplers with 1.25" Spider Trac spacers. Not my long term solution, but it's the perfect stance for me.
     
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    I believe the +20 will push inward not out as you stated. The negative offset pushes out, positive pushes in.
     
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    I will be getting the RGs as well. How you liking those? I've heard nothing but great things.

    So the 1.25" is 1/4" less than the 20mm. Can you show me a picture of your truck stance?
     
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    +60 is stock, so if i go to +20 or +1, that is actually going "negative" but it is still a positive offset. Picture....

    0 offset (center) --> +1 --> +20 --> +60 ..... so the +1 and +20 are "less offset" even though they are a positive offset
     
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    If you go with 9 inch wide wheels, half of 1 inch will push the wheel further out than the stock 8 inch wide wheels.

    Go with 20 mm. If you go with 1 mm offset, you will most likely have to cut the body mount (part of the frame) with anything larger than 33 inch diameter tires (which includes both sizes you mentioned).

    Here is picture of how much the stock tires (275/65/18) on 18 mm wheels stick out. Fender flares sits 1.75 in further out than the truck body.
    FF.jpg
     
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    Thanks @chphilo ... i am thinking 20 as well as i think the 1 will stick out too much. I appreciate your feedback.
     
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    Gotcha :thumbsup:
     
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    Loving them so far. I can't give a fair review as they only have 2k miles, but looks and quietness are great. Here's a pic, not the best

    20180123_163620.jpg
     
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    Exactly what i was looking for @rons23 thank you
     
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    Agreed on the RG’s. I only have 4K miles on mine, same size.
     
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    Anytime Mike
     
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    These are 295/65's on a +25offset wheel. a +1 offset would push the wheel out another .94 inches.

    IMG_2118.jpg
     
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    My two cents - Fuel Trophy +20 with 275/70 R18 Nitto RGs.
     
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    I am looking at the fuel vectors 285/70/18 so this is almost the set up im looking at and i think the +20mm is the way to go. Thank you!
     
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    I like your stance. I think 285's with +20 would be very close to your stance. Thanks!
     
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    Are you suggesting +20 over +1? If so, what makes you have that opinion?
     
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    Couple reasons.

    It has been widely noted on the site that +18 to +30 is the “sweet spot” for our trucks. This offset range requires the least amount of modifications to prevent rubbing.

    It sticks out nicely no matter which tires you have for an aggressive look, but not obnoxious like you see with the guys that have a half foot of tire showing past the fender. This means you can get by without adding flares if you don’t want to.
     
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    This is good info. Thanks Mike!
     
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    Sorry to revive this thread, but I'm also considering 18" Fuel rims with a +20 offset. When you say you can get away without fender flares, how much do you have to worry about stuff getting flung up on the paint? I love the look of the +20s, but I'm just worried about ruining my paint. Fuel makes a 17" in a +35, but I'd kind of rather stick to 18" rims.
     
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    +20 on 35x12.50. Glad I didn’t go 0 offset. I still might buy OEM flares to have these not sticking out so far.
     
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    What size lift do you have TuFerLife? Also was there any trimming involved? Thank you!


     
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    No cutting yet... I did kind of have to push the bumper forwards. I removed the screws at the bottom of the bumper, pushed it forward like crazy, and then screwed it back in.

    Still some light rub in full lock in reverse, so I probably still need to trim the liner a little bit on the botto, or use a heat gun and push it forwards.
     
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    Your +20 looks like it pokes more than my +12. Then again I’m on 295/70 only.
     
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    Yeah apparently there’s a formula for it. But they definitely have a poke... contemplated OEM flares to cover it up a little bit. I think pocket flares would be too much...
     

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