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Question PLEASE HELP 20X10 -24 offset..turn w/o rub?

PLEASE>>>>>someone have this answer. Wanting to keep the stock tires on my 2012 JGC Summit (w/QL & Hemi)...20x8 (56 offset), but wanting to switch to Fuel Revolver Wheel, 20"x10"rim, with -24 offset. I know it will sit outside the fender, I want that. What Im needing to know, is can anyone figure out if this will allow turning to full lock? Haven't found a site which calculates changing the rim location and how that correlates to turning issues with fender, brakes, suspension, etc. And though ive searched here and jeep.com haven't found anyone that had similar negative offset w/QL (ie: no lift) and who kept the stock tire size. Discount tire says they aren't sure either, but can order the rims in 18"x9" (-12 offset) if I decide, but it will take 6 weeks. Not to mention I have to change the tires then. ANY help or firsthand information would be much appreciated.


I have already looked at the rimsntires.com and tons of other rim visualizing sites and searched several jeep forums until my eyes were almost bleeding...still no definitive answer. I understand that the offset will increase the edge of the rim (approx.) 3" towards the fender. Or in my case, a few inches past the fender.


So does anyone run something close to this setup on stock tires and did they experience any issues turning to full lock on any of the QL settings?

I attached the rims n tires calculation on this setup for reference and save time.


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Re: PLEASE HELP 20X10 -24 offset..turn w/o rub?

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Got tired of playing will it fit games online and just went ahead and ordered one of the rims to see if it would fit it all after spending so many hours searching I figured it was worth the money if I had to pay for return shipping if it's fine...no rubbing and except for park mode (right before full lock) it barely rubs. For the record the rims are 18x9 - 12 the tires they test fit were 265 60 18.

Although no one won the case of beer I appreciate the members who took the time to reply to my posts and answer my private messages I decided to go with 255 60-18 Nittos on the rims saves me half an inch width and a quarter of an inch height
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