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Old 12-26-2008, 12:19 AM   #21
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What is the max/min offset to tuck in the front with 4WD fenders
this is only half of the equation. without the width of the wheel we cant answer. but if the wheels arent +25mm or more you can pretty much forget them.

besides, the front tucks easily compared to the rear.
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Sorry for excluding but its a 20x8.5
So around 25 and up would tuck?
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+40 on an 8.5 is the going standard. it all depends on how much you want to flare the rear. titan wheels are 18x8 +25mm and can be made to tuck in the rear.
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Old 12-26-2008, 01:20 AM   #24
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Well the rear is going to be shortnd so that not the problem
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Old 12-26-2008, 12:42 PM   #25
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Will the 20x8.5 +40 offset tuck on the back of a 94 pathfinder?
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Old 12-27-2008, 02:56 AM   #26
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if i end up running the titan wheels how much will i need to flair the bed.. i really dont want to but i may have to. then again i hope this deal works on these 20's with a +40
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titans need the bed flared quite a bit I think its like an inch per side (cant fully remember)
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Will the 20x8.5 +40 offset tuck on the back of a 94 pathfinder?
it should tuck no problem.
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I have read an can't find it... SO ill ask, will the 17 inch eskies tuck front an back on a 97 hb fully bagged with 2*4 fenders? thanks.
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Year and model of your truck: 2000 Frontier
Suspension: Bagged, or static drop? Bagged
Bodydropped? Will be 3.5"
4wd fenders? No


Size (diameter x width): 20x8.5
Offset or backspacing: +38
Tire size: Probably a 255/35/20

I know 8.5 +40 will tuck on a HB, but I didn't know about a Frontier with that tire size.
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