Originally Posted by alludc
I always wonder why the discussion continues...theres so much good info here as to fitment.
Mid offset +25 to +35 is the place to play if you don't want to rub when you go bigger on tires. +18 is about the max. Sure, 0 looks cool but guarantees you have to do more work than you want to. And 275 55 20s fit ALL DAY on a stock wheel and clear the bolt (ever so slightly.
Your setup looks good man, but you had to know going in that you'd have rub issues.
Thanks Todd. I was well aware of the rubbing issues which was a tradeoff for the look. Following advice on MatthewCheney's thread, I figured There would be some unavoidable rubbing going down there. I tried to placate as many issues I could, which included hammering back the pinch-weld and making easy cuts on the wheel well lining. I could probably cut a bit of the plastic fender flare where the rivet holes are, and get away with it, but as of now, I do enjoy the rugged look of them removed. But yes, as you said, +18 offset would be a good compromise for looks / functionality.