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What offset?

Guys,

I am trying to plan my OME 613 suspension conversion together with my tire/wheel purchase.

I've got OME 192s, Camburg UCAs, OME 193s, CB1 +3" shackles and Firestone airbag spacers ready for installation.

I'd like to put a 35" tire on the truck. I'm interested in 275/65/20 tires... on 20" x 9" Fuel Kranks... but I'm not certain which offset will work best. And yes, I know this will actually be a 34.12 tire.

What would you guys recommend? I don't want to cut ANYTHING if I don't have to do so.

Based on what I've read I am lead to believe that +35 would work best.

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+25 or +35 seems to be the general consensus on achieving this without cutting depending on the tire.
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I'm running 35s on 18" the offset is +12....no body mount mod. Just pushed in the fender liners.... didn't even trim the skid plate.

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+25 to +35 to keep the tires near flush with your fenders. Only mod might be bend or cut skidplate.
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I'm running 35s on 18" the offset is +12....no body mount mod. Just pushed in the fender liners.... didn't even trim the skid plate.

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Monster- What size are your tires?

My truck goes in for its installation tomorrow... but Kranks are hard to locate... so I'm being told I might have to wait until after the 1st of the year.

I may put on 18" tires and roll them until I can either get a deal on some Kranks or locate an alternative.

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Those 275mm wide tires you gonna run are going to help you. They are a little skinny, so they will be less prone to hit shit.
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Mine are federal couragia mts 35x12.5 on 18" ballistic jesters

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I have +18 offset with 295/70r18 terragrapplers. No body mount mod needed. They only stick out an inch and a quarter to the outside of the tire. Kind of dissapointing as I planned on 2". Hopefully the bushwackers look ok, I already got the painted. Guess the trailgraps everyone is running are a bit wider.

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I have +18 offset with 295/70r18 terragrapplers. No body mount mod needed. They only stick out an inch and a quarter to the outside of the tire. Kind of dissapointing as I planned on 2". Hopefully the bushwackers look ok, I already got the painted. Guess the trailgraps everyone is running are a bit wider.
it will look good.

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I'm back... still debating what will work best.

I'm now on the verge of getting somt Nitto Terra Grapplers in 295/65/20 on 20 x 9 Fuel Kranks.

That will give me a tire that is 35 x 11.5 rather than a full 12.5.....

But I'm still on the fence about the offset...

Fuel Kranks come in +1, +14, and +21.

Am I nuts to think that +1 would work? I was told that they will stick out 1.5" from the fenders.

Anyone have photos? I'm dying to see what this would look like. My lift installation went smooth...

Overall, the 613s gave me 4" of lift even with the heavy iron bull bumper.

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I'm on the fence about the offset on the Kranks too. I will most likely go with +1 or +14 offset. I intend to look into test fitting some if there are any 18's in the area. Probably this weekend sometime. Ill take pics of what I come up with.
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I have also been looking at the Kranks in +14 offset with 285/60-20 duratracs. I'm hoping that will put me flush with a set of bushwackers.

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Here is a pic, Kranks with +1 offset with 33's

2012 Black Platinum Crewmax

Wheels-20x9 Fuel Kranks +1 offset
Tires-305/55/20 Toyo AT2
Painted BW flares
5100,s on top setting with 1in spacer in back
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^^ ok, So maybe I need to go with a +1 offset. That looks good. Do you have any more pics of this setup?

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