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Hey guys, looking to replace my current setup (20x12 -44 offset 33x12.5r20). I have a leveling kit, can I fit 18x9 -12 offset fuel hostages with a 35 12.5 18 toyo at? Anyone have picks of this set up? Trying to tuck the wheel a little more into the wheel well and get a little bigger tire in there
 

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35x12.5x18 Ridge Grapplers on 18x9 -12 Method MR309's with 4" lift
With just a leveling kit you might (probably) get some rubbing


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That's what I was thinking but really dont want to lift it any higher. May just stick with 33s to be safe
 

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Anyone else running 35s with a 18x 9 -12 offset or a 20x10 -24 offset?
 

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I can't tell you that exact setup, but I'm running the metric equivalent of about a 34x11.5 on 18x9 wheels with a -12 offset on a stock suspension on an Excursion....so I'm even lower than a pickup. I had to hold back a plastic flap in the fender by about 1/2" to prevent rubbing at full lock, but that's it. Lots of clearance from any hard parts. So, I would imagine that an extra inch in height and in width, combined with a SD truck with a 4" lift, should be just fine.
 

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I can't tell you that exact setup, but I'm running the metric equivalent of about a 34x11.5 on 18x9 wheels with a -12 offset on a stock suspension on an Excursion....so I'm even lower than a pickup. I had to hold back a plastic flap in the fender by about 1/2" to prevent rubbing at full lock, but that's it. Lots of clearance from any hard parts. So, I would imagine that an extra inch in height and in width, combined with a SD truck with a 4" lift, should be just fine.
Thanks man I believe I have a 3 in labeling kit with 1 in rear block. I'm not afraid to cut the line but dont want to cut the fender or bumper. I'm still debating on 33s or 35s at this point but I feel 35s would fill up the wheel well nicely
 
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