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Anyone here running a 17" or 18" wheel with a 0 offset on 35x12.5 tire? Any fitment issues or noticeable difference in driving offroad and on road? Do you like the ride quality? Currently I'm running an 18x9 -12 offset and I'm looking to change my setup.
 
What rims are you replacing? Are they for sale?
 
Anyone here running a 17" or 18" wheel with a 0 offset on 35x12.5 tire? Any fitment issues or noticeable difference in driving offroad and on road? Do you like the ride quality? Currently I'm running an 18x9 -12 offset and I'm looking to change my setup.
do you have any rubbing issues running -12? i'm looking to switch factory +26 for zero or -12 with off road tires on 18" rims
 
take this for what you will...a true 35 on that setup will rub, most likely not a lot if you pull the fender liners back.
i run a 34.4" tire and 11.5 wide, on a 10" wheel with -18 offset. so, the wheel width is one factor, true tire size another...

if you look at a 10" wheel and true 35x12.5 tire, it will rub a decent amount...make certain you are asking for ALL the possible factors you can.
 

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take this for what you will...a true 35 on that setup will rub, most likely not a lot if you pull the fender liners back.
i run a 34.4" tire and 11.5 wide, on a 10" wheel with -18 offset. so, the wheel width is one factor, true tire size another...

if you look at a 10" wheel and true 35x12.5 tire, it will rub a decent amount...make certain you are asking for ALL the possible factors you can.
you have any added lift on your truck? (the stance on her is frickin' perfect, too!)
 
do you have any rubbing issues running -12? i'm looking to switch factory +26 for zero or -12 with off road tires on 18" rims
I do have some rubbing issues in reverse at full lock, or whenever my wheels go out of alignment off roading. Otherwise it drives like stock normally.
 
take this for what you will...a true 35 on that setup will rub, most likely not a lot if you pull the fender liners back.
i run a 34.4" tire and 11.5 wide, on a 10" wheel with -18 offset. so, the wheel width is one factor, true tire size another...

if you look at a 10" wheel and true 35x12.5 tire, it will rub a decent amount...make certain you are asking for ALL the possible factors you can.
I got the wheel liner pinned back and I still have rubbing at full lock. But the tire size and wheel width are definitely things to consider. Do you think a 17x8.5 would make much of difference compared to a 9 wide?
 
I had a surprising amount of trouble finding current pics that do a decent job of showing the tire size and offset...but this is 315/70R17 Territory MTs on 17x8.5 0ET wheels and a 1" front level. The last pic is from the day I put the wheels/tires on so its old but it's the only one I have from that angle.

I took the muflap brackets out and re-mounted the mudflaps without them, and I have no rubbing anywhere. You should have no issues fitting true 12.5" width tires on 0 offset wheels - I have at least an inch of clearance on my setup even with aftermarket control arms.

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