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Old 04-16-2014, 12:01 AM
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Hi Cartmanea,
it really looks like I have to buy new wheels. I cant find wheels with the offset 0 to -12.

But should I get better -12 or 0 offset ones?

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I would probably go with -6 to -12, 0 will be very close to rubbing and every truck (and tire) is a little different. More than -12, like -25, will stick out over an inch and you'll have mud and rock issues (and be illegal in some states).
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Thanks Cartmanea!
I thought so too. But now I feel better that you are thing the same.

Thanks a lot! Stefan
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