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Old 06-13-2018, 09:57 AM
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20x9 +1 wheels, 35x12.50r20 tires pics

I just ordered some Fuel 20x9 +1 wheels and 35x12.50r20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers for my 2018 F250 crew cab.

I'm pretty sure it will result in the stance I want (slight tire poke from wheel well, obvious difference from stock tucked look but nothing crazy or roller skate looking). Any side/tire poke pics of setups with these dimension wheels/tires would be appreciated!

I intend to throw them on this weekend and run them at stock height until I can get the truck leveled with a readylift 2.5" in a few weeks. I've seen a lot of info that says this is doable.
 
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Old 06-13-2018, 11:36 AM
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My local guy screwed up and ordered +1 and I used them for about a week until my +20 wheels came in. I believe you should have gone +20, they are just right, and no rubbing. The +1 will stick out much more then you think. I have the same tires as well.
 
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Thanks, pezracer

Do you have any pics of yours with the 20x9 +20 and the 35x12.50 Ridge Grapplers?
 
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This is a Fuel Maverick 20x9 with +20 offset with 35 Nitto Ridge Grapplers, stock suspension, no leveling kit and no rubbing. Even with the +20, they still stick out of the fenders nicely, but the +1 stuck out too much in my opinion.
 
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20x9 +1 Fuel Vapor 35x12.5x20 Ridge Grapplers
 
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Old 06-13-2018, 02:19 PM
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I believe the difference in offset between +1 and +20 is less then 1”, so you’ll be fine with either, but given the choice and having had both on my truck, I much preferred the +20 being in more. Good luck, I put a lot of research into it before I settled on what I have and I’m really happy.
 
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Thanks

Thanks guys for the thread and the pictures - is nice to see what they look like.

I'm also not interested in leveling, and this has been invaluable.
My brain checks out when it comes to these wheel & tire numbers !
 
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Thanks guys!

The difference is pretty small between the two. The +1's above look great too. I went ahead and changed my order for the +20 just to be safe instead of wishing I had.
 
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Tpalmer,

Do you have fender flares?
 
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Tpalmer,

Do you have fender flares?
Yep. Had them put on about a month ago. Bushwacker OEM style painted body color- white platinum.
 
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Difference between +1 and +20 is 3/4”. I had +20 on my 17 and they fit perfect. I wouldn’t do +1 unless that was the only option. I did 35” also with stock height and no rub, then went with 2.5” readylift because it looked goofy with stock height
 
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My wheels are fuel Mavericks 20x9, +01m offset with toyo mts 35x12.50. I’m glad I went with that instead of the +20. No rubbing at all with 2.5 level, not even when the suspension flexs



 
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Nice taste in trucks and wheels Casey! I have no rubbing either with my +20s, with no leveling, and at full lock and flexing.
 
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Nice taste in trucks and wheels Casey! I have no rubbing either with my +20s, with no leveling, and at full lock and flexing.
Thanks! When I saw your truck I thought the same thing! Lookin sharp!
 
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