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Hi guys, Looking at getting a 4" lift and some new wheels and tyres for my 2004 F250. I am thinking 20x9 rims with 35x12.5 tyres. I know it limits options but think that will give me the look I am after. Just want to confirm that I need -12 offset for the wheels and that it will fit! Any other advice regarding where to buy etc will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Last edited by lstitt; 01-12-2014 at 05:39 AM.
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In fact I have a set of American Racing 20x9" -12 offset wheels all good and true, used, take off's from my truck - I used them for nearly 4 years with no issues, decided to go to more standard sized rubber.
Currently the wheels have Cooper 305-50 20's fitted. If you're interested drop me a PM. 2 tyres are worn, 2 have 20%, includes the full set of lug-nuts and 2 hex-keys.
Here's a pic of the 20x9" -12 offset wheels fitted:
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