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So I have a 2020 TB. I have 2” ready lift and 35x12 KO2 tires. My issue is I’m sitting on factory rims with 2” spacers. I’m looking to buy rims but I don’t want a huge offset. But I want to eliminate spacers. Looking for some advice on what offset I should go with. Hoping to keep the poke to like 2”
 
Pics below...
1st pic, is a 22x10 with - 18 offset...34.6 x 11.6 tire (285/55/22) pulled fender liners, MF delete in front. 1.75" RL level with Upper arms

2nd pic, is the clearance from tire to RL upper arm... 35x11.50 on a ZERO offset 9" wide wheel (20x9)

3rd pic, is the "POKE" (dead flush) of the 9" wide ZERO offset

4th pic, is the "POKE" of the 10" wide -18 OFFSET

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Pics below...
1st pic, is a 22x10 with - 18 offset...34.6 x 11.6 tire (285/55/22) pulled fender liners, MF delete in front. 1.75" RL level with Upper arms

2nd pic, is the clearance from tire to RL upper arm... 35x11.50 on a ZERO offset 9" wide wheel (20x9)

3rd pic, is the "POKE" (dead flush) of the 9" wide ZERO offset

4th pic, is the "POKE" of the 10" wide -18 OFFSET

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Can you tell me what wheels those are on the 1st picture? When its time to replace the my tires, I may want to look into another wheel to fit a wider tire, but I still kind of want the stock look. I really like those. Thanks
 
Pics below...
1st pic, is a 22x10 with - 18 offset...34.6 x 11.6 tire (285/55/22) pulled fender liners, MF delete in front. 1.75" RL level with Upper arms

2nd pic, is the clearance from tire to RL upper arm... 35x11.50 on a ZERO offset 9" wide wheel (20x9)

3rd pic, is the "POKE" (dead flush) of the 9" wide ZERO offset

4th pic, is the "POKE" of the 10" wide -18 OFFSET

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I was thinking of going with some 20x 10 -18 or -24 offset. I have already pulled fender liners and trimmed up mud flaps. Will buy deletes if needed. Like I said my tires are 35x12.5 KO2. Guy at custom offsets said he don’t think a 10” rim work. But I’ve already done a lot of trimming
 
Pics below...
1st pic, is a 22x10 with - 18 offset...34.6 x 11.6 tire (285/55/22) pulled fender liners, MF delete in front. 1.75" RL level with Upper arms

2nd pic, is the clearance from tire to RL upper arm... 35x11.50 on a ZERO offset 9" wide wheel (20x9)

3rd pic, is the "POKE" (dead flush) of the 9" wide ZERO offset

4th pic, is the "POKE" of the 10" wide -18 OFFSET

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I have the same RL with UCAs
 
Same wheel specs as Stormin with the 22x10 -18, but I’m also on the RL 4” kit. I did the delete to be safe and have no rubbing. Poke is around 1.5” but it works well with the overall height. Pics aren’t great to show the poke though…
 

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I was thinking of going with some 20x 10 -18 or -24 offset. I have already pulled fender liners and trimmed up mud flaps. Will buy deletes if needed. Like I said my tires are 35x12.5 KO2. Guy at custom offsets said he don’t think a 10” rim work. But I’ve already done a lot of trimming
I'm running 20x10's with stock size 275/60/20 tires that are -18 total offset because I have to run 1 5mm spacer in the front to clear the ridge on the brake caliper. I'm at stock height and no rubbing or modifications.
 
Can you tell me what wheels those are on the 1st picture? When its time to replace the my tires, I may want to look into another wheel to fit a wider tire, but I still kind of want the stock look. I really like those. Thanks
Fuel Flux
 
So I have a 2020 TB. I have 2” ready lift and 35x12 KO2 tires. My issue is I’m sitting on factory rims with 2” spacers. I’m looking to buy rims but I don’t want a huge offset. But I want to eliminate spacers. Looking for some advice on what offset I should go with. Hoping to keep the poke to like 2”
35/12.50 bfg KO2’s.. 18x9 ICON’s zero offset ready lift sst 2.0 with their upper control arms… no wheel spacers needed
 

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Pics below...
1st pic, is a 22x10 with - 18 offset...34.6 x 11.6 tire (285/55/22) pulled fender liners, MF delete in front. 1.75" RL level with Upper arms

2nd pic, is the clearance from tire to RL upper arm... 35x11.50 on a ZERO offset 9" wide wheel (20x9)

3rd pic, is the "POKE" (dead flush) of the 9" wide ZERO offset

4th pic, is the "POKE" of the 10" wide -18 OFFSET

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i've been torn between goin 22x10 or just staying stock and adding a bigger tire but i think beween you and @JWright82 im sold on the 22's.
 
i've been torn between goin 22x10 or just staying stock and adding a bigger tire but i think beween you and @JWright82 im sold on the 22's.
22’s..: so you will never see “Trail Boss” off road trails .:: the more rubber (Side wall)allows for more off road abilities… but 22’s should be good to go picking up a coffee at the Starbucks drive thru… to each is their own.. happy trails ..wish I got 17’s .. next time
 
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22’s..: so you will never see “Trail Boss” off road trails .:: the more rubber (Side wall)allows for more off road abilities… but 22’s should be good to go picking up a coffee at the Starbucks drive thru… to each is their own.. happy trails ..wish I got 17’s .. next time
i dont know...i have seen those curbs kill a nice big wheel many times...
 

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