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To go to a 20x10 you'd need at least a -12 offset. That would have a 35x12.5 sticking out about 2.5" past the fender. So about 1.75" past your flare. With a -24 offset it would be out a half inch further than that.
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ya I think it is a 0 offset, what would be the difference with a 20x10? and if I got those what offset should I get, I just want them to pop out a bit more...
Well 20x10 is just a wider wheel. Offset/back spacing is what usually determines how far or in they stick out.
20x10 usually have deeper lips (if a lip is involved)
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First pics are 35 x 12.50 x 20 with 5100s @ 2.8. After has 6" Fabtech with 5100s @ 2.1 with rear spacer. Still thinking bout adding on 37s, wider wheels, Fab Fours, and Pocket Flares. Also thinking bout going back to BFG KM2s.
I think your truck looks great. I have always loved that two tone color scheme. I'm sure it will look even better with 37s. I am thinking about 37s with the 3.92s to.
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What about a wheel spacer? Idk anyone that's ever had one but idk if I trust it completely. Just thinking of an inexpensive way to pull out the wheel without buying brand new ones right now.
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What about a wheel spacer? Idk anyone that's ever had one but idk if I trust it completely. Just thinking of an inexpensive way to pull out the wheel without buying brand new ones right now.
Depending on the thickness.
1/4" is good and I would run long term as you still can use your stock lugs.

The thicker wheel adapters is what I am most concerned with long term.
I would run them short term, if I could not afford the rims at this point. If I did run them, I would make sure they were hub centric and check the TQ on the lugs every so often.
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Depending on the thickness.
1/4" is good and I would run long term as you still can use your stock lugs.

The thicker wheel adapters is what I am most concerned with long term.
I would run them short term, if I could not afford the rims at this point. If I did run them, I would make sure they were hub centric and check the TQ on the lugs every so often.
What Andrew said ^^ If you do want a larger adapter type spacer check out Motortech Sports B.O.R.A. spacers. They're the only ones I would consider running. I just ordered a set for my 3500 to use with the stock wheels for now. I haven't got them yet but from all the research I've done on them and guys I've talked to who are running them they should be good.
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What Andrew said ^^ If you do want a larger adapter type spacer check out Motortech Sports B.O.R.A. spacers. They're the only ones I would consider running. I just ordered a set for my 3500 to use with the stock wheels for now. I haven't got them yet but from all the research I've done on them and guys I've talked to who are running them they should be good.
I ordered my BORA adapters and it took about 5 weeks for them to be manufactured and shipped to me. I am offshore working right now, but I will chime in when I get them put on in about a week or so.
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You're going to need to be more specific about what truck you're talking about... If you reference the post you're talking about by using the quote button on the bottom right of the post and writing underneath it or letting us know what post number it is we can help you out.
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