Rim offset

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  1. derek666

    derek666 Junior Member

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    I'm looking at getting new rims for my truck. I'm gunna stay with the same size tire but with a negative offset rim. I would like it to stick out atleast an inch.
    The truck is a 2013 ram sport. Tire size is 275/60/20.

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    20x10 inch with -24 offset
     
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    20x10 with -24 mm offset will stick out more than an inch. With A 20x9 with -12 mm offset the face of the wheel will be 1.25" out further than stock
     
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    If I went with a 20x9 with a zero offset how much would it stick out

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    3/4" further out than stock 20x9 wheels with 19mm offset
     
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    Is there a conversion chart or you just have this knowledge in your head

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    there are conversion charts, but what i gave you I for the most part had in my head and just checked the math
     
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    A 20x9 0 offset will stick out 3/4" further than where your stock wheel/tire is sitting. Realistically that should be about 0.5" past your fender. If you want 1" past your fender then you'd want to go with the 20x9 -12 offset as quietpeen stated above.

    EDIT: quietpeen beat me to it ;)
     
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    Perfect. Thanks a lot for the help

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    Aren't stock sport wheels 20x9 with like +18 offset? Here is my old truck 12 sport with 20x10 -24 offset. With 33x12.50 tires. [​IMG]


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