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I know it is going to rub there no matter what I do so I am looking at which offset sucks the wheel in more. I always get confused with this.
 

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Bigger number is closer to frame/engine. Lower number sticks out of the fender.

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I know it is going to rub there no matter what I do so I am looking at which offset sucks the wheel in more. I always get confused with this.
 

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Thank you. So am I correct to think that the 4.25 or 4.5 will give me a little more tolerance, or will that cause other problems like rubbage on the a arm?
 

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4.5 or 4.25 should give you a lot more room.

Regarding the rubbing on the UCA, I guess it really depends on the tire size. 05+ stock wheels are typically 5.5" BS, so if you're going with a 4.5 or 4.25 I wouldn't think you'd have any UCA rubbing issues unless you run a really wide tire.

To better understand, what size tire are you talking about?


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Thank you. So am I correct to think that the 4.25 or 4.5 will give me a little more tolerance, or will that cause other problems like rubbage on the a arm?
 

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Hmm... I'm not sure if they will rub or not. Someone else will need to chime in.

Good luck,
AC
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285/75/16 terragrapplers or 285/70/17 terragrapplers
 

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In concern to the cab mount I have your solution. I had my frame mount cut and plated to provide clearnace for larger tires. It cost me $140 here in town to have it done. Since your in Las Vegas its Ted Wiens Custom 4x4. Tell them Matt sent you and they will do your truck just like mine. If you want to see pics let me know or I could show you the truck in person. Let me know.
 
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