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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-13-2019, 09:19 AM Thread Starter
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wheel offset 2017 3500

been making many many mistakes and direction changes on my first GMC...... have a 4" fab tech lift.... bought 20x9 sotas, decided to go a different color....bought 20x9 black Hostles.... think ill go wider ... so im going to hopefully swap my 4" lift for a 6" lift.. and go with a 20x10 wheel. what is going to be the best offset..? will run 35" tires... any pics for comparison


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wow ... this forum kinda blows.... zero responses...


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your offset will be -24 on a 20x10 wheel... Also there is no "best" offset, it is whatever you want on your truck

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could you tell me ballpark on how far out those would stick? ive been in fords for awhile and a little lost thx


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I would run a -24/25 offset on that lift with a 10 wide wheel or -40/-44 on a 12 wide. Check out the link and fill to get you goin. These are GMC's with 6" lift and 20s. you can play with the width and tire size

https://www.customwheeloffset.com/wh...m=20&sort=date
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could you tell me ballpark on how far out those would stick? ive been in fords for awhile and a little lost thx
20x12 -44, 35x13.5 tire
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thank you for the reply's.... was what i needed to know...


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