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Old 04-13-2024, 07:12 PM #1
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Black Rhino Armory Wheels?

Quick question. Anyone have Black Rhino Armory wheels? I currently have an Army Green TRD sport with tone stock 20Ē wheels that i had powder coated. I wanted the wheels more flush with the fenders. Wheel spacers arent an option at the moment, so Iím looking at other wheels. Like the Armory, and possibly the Arsenal. Anyon rocking these in 20Ē? Will these wheel widen the stance? And, would I be able to use my stock wheels? Thanks.
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Quick question. Anyone have Black Rhino Armory wheels?
they are getting more popular, i have seen quite a few sets in the last few months, and some youtubers starting to run them as well.

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Quick question. I wanted the wheels more flush with the fenders. Wheel spacers arent an option at the moment, so Iím looking at other wheels. Like the Armory, and possibly the Arsenal.
Why cant or wont you run a wheel spacer? What tire are you planning to run? A wider tire on the stock 20" limited wheels will have the edge of the tire flush with the fender. The 20" limited wheels are quite narrow, but have plenty of offset, all you need is a little beefier tire and your vehicle will look tits. If you go with aftermarket wheels AND wider tires you will have the tire outside the edge of the fender most likely.

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Quick question. Iím looking at other wheels. Like the Armory, and possibly the Arsenal. Will these wheel widen the stance?
Yes, most likely, they will be 2" wider wheel, and likely have a much different offset and yes they will certainly widen the stance.

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Quick question. And, would I be able to use my stock wheels? Thanks.
what?

Personal opinion, buy a 2.5" front lift, buy a 1" rear lift, stuff a set of 285/55-20 on it with the stock wheels you had powdercoated and have a nice day. Or if wider is your thing get a set of 305/50-20 and you will be absolutely rockin.
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they are getting more popular, i have seen quite a few sets in the last few months, and some youtubers starting to run them as well.


Why cant or wont you run a wheel spacer? What tire are you planning to run? A wider tire on the stock 20" limited wheels will have the edge of the tire flush with the fender. The 20" limited wheels are quite narrow, but have plenty of offset, all you need is a little beefier tire and your vehicle will look tits. If you go with aftermarket wheels AND wider tires you will have the tire outside the edge of the fender most likely.


Yes, most likely, they will be 2" wider wheel, and likely have a much different offset and yes they will certainly widen the stance.


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Personal opinion, buy a 2.5" front lift, buy a 1" rear lift, stuff a set of 285/55-20 on it with the stock wheels you had powdercoated and have a nice day. Or if wider is your thing get a set of 305/50-20 and you will be absolutely rockin.
Thanks for the info. At this point Iím just looking at wider. I see you have a TRD Sport as well. Do you have any pics with the wider tire? Iím assuming you didnít use spacers?

Regarding spacers,Iíve been told by Tires Plus, who Iíve taken all my vehicles to, wonít work on vehicles with spacers.
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Thanks for the info. At this point Iím just looking at wider. I see you have a TRD Sport as well. Do you have any pics with the wider tire? Iím assuming you didnít use spacers?
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nah, if you want a wider tire, just put the wider tire on and rock and roll.
I have owned 275/55-20 and 285/55-20 and 305/55-20 on the 20" limited wheels, Just do a lift up front to clear them and rock out. Personally i prefer the 305/50-20 General AT/X over everything else, they fit so amazing with a 2.5" lift up front and 1" in the back. They fit, clear, dont rub, and look great. I have had them on both of my 5th gens. These will basically sit the outside of the tire flush with the front and rear fender flares, with no spacers.
The 285/55-20 will almost sit flush with the fender flares with no spacers.

Last picture is the 305/50-20 General AT/X on stock limited wheels powder coated black. 2.5" lift, no wheel spacers, tires are practically flush with the fender flares.
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