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FlynJRacer

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New here. Making an intro.

Just got my 2022 Refresh LT Boss Diesel. Dark Ash Metallic With everything. Ordered later part of February took delivery in June. Really nice truck.

Straight out of the gate towed the MinnieWinnie 2500 miles through California to Colorado and back. Does great and the tow tech is really nice.

Working on making it mine now. Just had it in the shop for the Zone Level kit. Tires and wheels. I may have over cooked it on the wheel width. 20x10 with 295 55 Micky Thompson Baja Boss AT which according to MT is closer in size to the 305. Trying to reconcile this now. Looks good to me but rubs pretty bad on the right side at the mud flap. Even after the shop made a mess of the mud flap.

I am planning to replace both mud flaps. Both fender liners and start over with removing the mud flap bracket that is just behind the liner. I would prefer a cleaner job of trimming. If anyone has any input as to how to clean up the rear of the wheel well to run this setup I’d appreciate it.
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What is the offset on the wheel? I have 20x10's with a -19mm offset but had to add a 5mm spacer to clear the caliper ridge so it's -24mm total. I'm running stock size 275/60/20 with no lift and no rubbing.
 
2019 TB Custom. Im on Cooper 35x12.5x20 with RC 1.5" leveling. (20x9 6x5.5" +24mm). I get rub on the front flaps at full turn with 2/3 of the flaps cut. They are still mounted with the 3 screws.
 
What is the offset on the wheel? I have 20x10's with a -19mm offset but had to add a 5mm spacer to clear the caliper ridge so it's -24mm total. I'm running stock size 275/60/20 with no lift and no rubbing.
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Tires are essentially 33-12’s. Wider that stock by about an inch. Not sure about the caliper clearance. I’ll check it.
 
2019 TB Custom. Im on Cooper 35x12.5x20 with RC 1.5" leveling. (20x9 6x5.5" +24mm). I get rub on the front flaps at full turn with 2/3 of the flaps cut. They are still mounted with the 3 screws.
I removed the bracket. Most research seems to aim at them being there to hold the mud flap. Probably there to support the mud flap should significant sized debris hit the mud flap while wheeling. I used one of the bracket bolts with some washers as spacers to add additional attach points. Considering modifying that bracket a bit by cutting off the inner section that seems to be in the way.

Cleaned up the hatchet job on the mud flap.

Ordered new liners to replace the badly cut up liners. I see where a few perfectly placed zip ties will pull the liner out enough to avoid trimming them and cover the frame as it came OEM.

Clears nicely and no rub at all. I am amazed that you guys that run 35’s with a level aren’t rubbing like crazy. The 33’s now have about 3/4-1” clearance at full lock. Probably not enough for big hits. I don’t do a lot of big hit wheeling, so not too worried about it.

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What is the offset on the wheel? I have 20x10's with a -19mm offset but had to add a 5mm spacer to clear the caliper ridge so it's -24mm total. I'm running stock size 275/60/20 with no lift and no rubbing.
They’re close. Maybe 3MM. So they clear but not by much. Not sure that’s a big problem. I’m considering getting a set of custom 3MM spacers just to be on the safe side.
 

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