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Wheel Offset for 315/70r17 with ReadyLift SST

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I've got the ReadyLift SST ready to install on my 2020 TB and Im looking for suggestions on rim offset. I've scoured the forum and internet for photos with these two options but I haven't had much success when it comes to photos showing how much the wheels stick out of the fender well. Here's what Im considering:

315/70r17 BFG K02s on either -

17x8.5 inch rims with 0 offset
17x8.5 inch rims with -6mm offset

I don't want too much poke outside the fender well but I would like them to at least stick out as much as the Chevy Silverado branded running board/steps (Part#84742421). According to data from "wheel-size.com" it looks either will work but I want that precise look. The other issue that I haven't considered is the RL kit UCAs stick out slightly more than stock and I don't have that measurement. Im not entirely sure I'll have enough clearance from the wheel to the UCA ball joint with 0 offset and this rim/tire setup

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here is a 9 wide ZERO offset with a 35x11.50. i may do a -6 in the near future. I have enough room to make that happen easily with the 11.5 wide. your 315 may make contact with a -6, but you are also 1/2" narrow wheel. i would lean more 9 wide, zero offset...just to be sure you dont get tire squirm

mine also has the fender liners pulled back and mudflap delete.
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that site you posted, is what i use as well...go measure your truck and enter all info...even if you max out what the website allows.
 
315/70R17 on 17x8.5 0 offset. No spacers. Readylift 1.75" level without the lower spacer (so i'm about 1" higher than stock). You will have no clearance issues with the Readylift UCAs and 0 offset wheels. It's not even close.

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