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Old 12-21-2012, 05:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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+10 or +35 Offset?

Finally the time has come and I believe that I received my final tire rack gift card in the mail for Xmas! Time to order wheels and tires! I have stock suspension as I don't want to level and I'm going with 275/60r20 tires. Should I go with a +10 or +35 offset 8.5 rim? These are the two options I have in the rim I want.

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+35 on a stock truck for sure. you shouldve hit up discounttiredirect for prices. theyll beat tireracks prices after shipping for sure.
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Yeah I checked out discount tire and discount tire direct. Tire rack only charges me $400 for shipping to Alaska where discount wants to charge $900.
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Yeah I checked out discount tire and discount tire direct. Tire rack only charges me $400 for shipping to Alaska where discount wants to charge $900.
Oh ok. Which wheels you looking at getting?
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With the +10, you will likely be slinging rocks down the side of the truck. I would stick with +35.
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I am at +18 with OEM flares on my new wheels and tires and they stick out about 1/2", so I would agree with the +10 versus +35.
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+35 for sure
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