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I did some searching, couldn't find anything. Will the rear wheels fit up front with a 15-20mm spacer? The rear wheels look much better imo, I think it would look nice with all 4 having the lip and being more concave
 

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Ah ya I see that. Never mind lol. I was thinking they were the +45 offset for some reason. Too early
 

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You would need wide fenders. AutoSelect has done that.
 

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I have 20x10+14 and they clear up front with 265/35 tires. So basically the rear BE would be the equivalent (if my math his correct) to a 20x10+18 wheel, which would definitely clear with a 255/40 and possibly even with the 265/35

Thoughts?
 

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20x10.5 +25 is the OEM rear. I have ran a 20x10.5 +25 up front with a 285/35/20 many times already. It would work but you will most likely want to push the rears out to match the front because front will be much more aggressive than the OEM rears.
 

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^ Thanks for the info. Maybe a 5-10mm spacer in the rear would do the trick.
 

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^ Ya sorry I have 20mm spacers in the rear already with the BE wheels. They could come out another 5mm I think. I'd sure like to see a pic of 4 rear BE wheels with 20-25mm spacers in the rear!
 

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Do you have a pic?

I'm looking to do a 20mm rear and 15mm front.
I don't yet. I would honestly do 20mm f 20mm rear if you're going to keep stock tire size. I'm not lowered though. But even with springs people are doing the 15/20 setup with no issues
 

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