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Old 01-15-2023, 12:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Gclark949 View Post
Your wheels are the stock size and offset and will have no problem with rubbing with OEM 265/70 17. The problems come when installing wheels with less positive offset (or negative) as this pushes them outward so the scrub radius increases and then they hit mud flaps or fender liner. That said I am not totally clear on Limited fender liner vs non Limited.

+15mm Offset (pushes wheel closer to brakes and suspension
That's why I bought 17" rims with the same offset as the stock 20" rims hoping to minimize the chances of tire rubbing and give me a better selection of tires to choose from.
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