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I am curious if I can run 325/65/18 on my truck if I mount them on a wheel with a -12mm offset? My truck is leveled with the 3/1. I don't mind removing mud flaps or other plastic, but I don't want to chop any metal off the body. Any advice would be appreciated.

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No chance. You'll be hitting body mount for sure. I'm running 295/70r18 on an 18x9 with +14 mm offset with 3" of front lift and I don't even have 1/4 of an inch clearance on the body mount. You'll be all over it


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Yup. The only guys you'll see running a negative offset have 6 inches or more of lift...


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Thanks for the replies. I have not purchased the wheels yet. I was wanting the -12mm offset so I could get a little wider stance. Do I have it backwards? I thought the -12mm offset would put the tires further away from the wheel well.
Let's say I buy 295/70/18 tires. What offset would put the edge of the tire about 2" or 3" outside of the fenders?
 

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If you want the tires to sit way outside the fender, you want low (negative) offset. Just get smaller tires. If you want to get 35 inch tires with 3/1, get around 35 mm offset. If you want to run 35 inch tires that's sit way outside the fender, get a larger lift.
 
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I ran 325 65 18's on a 3/1 with +18mm offset. Rubbed body mount at full lock. Just had to do normal plastic removal and pushing forward.
If you want them to stick out far, get 0 offset, but you'll have to stay around a 33 or 295. You'll still have to do the plastic mods.


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