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new 20x12 -44 moto metal & nitto terra grapplers.

been running some rockstars and wanted to try something new. seen where some guys are running this offset with minimal rubbing......well needless to say it takes more than minimal trimming to run em and i still have rubbing at full lock on the frame mount. had to trim the front bumper and remove the inner fender well behind the foglight but even when i had the rockstars on they still rubbed at the same spot on the front. trimmed the fender flare and part of the fender. still running the 325/60/20 terra grapplers, wanted some trail grapplers but they will have to wait. think it looks better than the rockstars??

















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That rear bumper is fking sick!

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That rear bumper is fking sick!

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yeah i have a build thread on here.

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yeah i have a build thread on here.

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Are those BW flares? They look different.


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how bad was the trimming on the fender? Are those tires equivalent to a 35" about?
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I like them way better than the Rockstars. maybe I have a bad taste in my mouth about Rockstars though. My MOM has them on her Yukon....

What kind of steps are those? I like them and may look into a set.
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how bad was the trimming on the fender? Are those tires equivalent to a 35" about?
according to nitto they are just a tad taller than a 35 but they don't measure that. had to trim part of the flare, couple inches of fender and still hit the frame mount at full lock. when the truck flexes just a little with the wheels turn it rubs. take it off the road any and anything other than going straight it gonna be rubbing.

shoulda seen the look on the faces of the guys at the tire shop when it hit the ground. had maybe a 1/4 that I could turn the wheel until it hit the bumper, it was a fun trip home having to back up to make turns. whoever runs these with a 6" lift must set taller than mine.
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I like them way better than the Rockstars. maybe I have a bad taste in my mouth about Rockstars though. My MOM has them on her Yukon....

What kind of steps are those? I like them and may look into a set.
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Thanks. Just looked them up. Really nice looking in black with a polished silver step.
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well after having this offset for awhile on this lift i will never buy em again unless i have a much bigger lift. not sure whats going on with other guys that are running the same lift with minimal rubbing on the just the front fender and not hitting the frame mount is beyond me. ive cut and chopped a ton of the frame mount off, i mean literally almost to the frame bolts and still rubs. chopped a bunch of the inner fender piece away and it still rubs on both. pretty sure i cant do any offroading with the wheels turned at all or it will prolly rip the tires. love the look but this offset with a 6" lift is no good! i would advise against this offset unless your atleast a 8" lift.

anybody have any suggestions to get another 1" or so out of the lift without putting the cv's in a bad bind?
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well after having this offset for awhile on this lift i will never buy em again unless i have a much bigger lift. not sure whats going on with other guys that are running the same lift with minimal rubbing on the just the front fender and not hitting the frame mount is beyond me. ive cut and chopped a ton of the frame mount off, i mean literally almost to the frame bolts and still rubs. chopped a bunch of the inner fender piece away and it still rubs on both. pretty sure i cant do any offroading with the wheels turned at all or it will prolly rip the tires. love the look but this offset with a 6" lift is no good! i would advise against this offset unless your atleast a 8" lift.

anybody have any suggestions to get another 1" or so out of the lift without putting the cv's in a bad bind?

Would you try it on a 7" BDS? And is it because of the offset that it rubs so bad?! I want to get that EXACT setup but on a 7"BDS! What would you say?

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