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I recently lifted my 2003 4wd access cab with Bilstein 5100's all around, top notch on the front and a wheelers 3 leaf in the rear. So that's 2.5" in the front a 1.5" in the back. I also put Camburg UCA's on the front. Now I have a want for new tires and wheels and I'm thinking an 18".

My question now is if anybody is running 18's on a setup similar to mine with some bigger tires. I'm thinking either 265/70R18, 275/65r18, or 285/60R18. I'm worried about rubbing. The wheels I'm wanting are Fuel Maverick's with a -12mm offset and they are 9" wide. I haven't bought anything yet though so that's changeable.
 
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I have a 04 DC with 20x9 wheels -12offset and 295/55r20 Nitto Trail Grapplers. Fit is perfect in my opinion with very minimal rubbing in reverse during full turn. I have 2.5 in front and 1.5 rear.
 

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I'm running 18's on my 04 DC

 

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I have a 04 DC with 20x9 wheels -12offset and 295/55r20 Nitto Trail Grapplers. Fit is perfect in my opinion with very minimal rubbing in reverse during full turn. I have 2.5 in front and 1.5 rear.
What kind of rubbing issues are you having? I'm looking at the same setup only with Nitto Ridge Grapplers. Do you have any pictures of your set up?
 

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i'm running 275/65/18's. they rubbed the mud guards in the front with stock suspension. i had some 5100's installed up front and went to position 4. I also added 1" spacers in the back with my HD4600's. it's about .75" higher in the rear than in the front and i'm not getting any rubbing.
 

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