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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-06-2012, 08:28 AM Thread Starter
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New 20x10 Wheels and 35x12.50 Toyo Open Country MT's

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20x10 with 4.5 backspace -25 offset


They stick out about 1/2 inch past fenders.
I was also in the process of pulling off the pin striping in this photo!
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Re: New 20x10 Wheels and 35x12.50 Toyo Open Country MT's

Looks real nice! What do you have for a lift? I got a 3.5" hanger lift I'm hoping will give me a similar stance. I plan on getting 20x9 wheels with that same tires you got. Did the pin striping give you any issues?

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Thanks! All I have is 2.5 leveling kit up front, nothing in the rear!
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Looks killer! Tires rubbing any?

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Easy Off Oven Cleaner will flat out remove pin stripes and not touch the paint!

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Re: New 20x10 Wheels and 35x12.50 Toyo Open Country MT's

Looks great, I'm still debating if I want to remove my pinstripes or not. It sure would make waxing a lot easier

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Easy Off Oven Cleaner will flat out remove pin stripes and not touch the paint!

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Thanks Guys! Never heard that but will put it in my memory bank!! I just let it sit in the sun and they pulled right off!! I like it much better alot cleaner look!!
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Are your tires rubbing any? Did you have to do any trimming?

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Re: New 20x10 Wheels and 35x12.50 Toyo Open Country MT's

That looks sick!

06 F-250 ccsb King Ranch, 2011 KR interior, 3" rough country lift, 35 toyo M/T's 20 XD Hoss wheels, RC dual stabilizer, SCT X3, WILDMAN tune, bumpers, Edge CTS, AMSOIL bypass kit, Dfuser coolant kit, etc.

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