Offset is +38. As others have mentioned the fronts stick out just a little. No big deal to me. If it does start to bug me, (I don't know why it would), I can always get 1/4" spacers. No rubbing what so ever. Of course I haven't lowered it yet. That is happening on the 12th. 😁.
The truck is an EB. I'm not sure if you are being sarcastic or not. I was just showing the difference between the factory 17s vs a 20" wheel before changing the rears over. I've only driven it a few dozen miles since the switch so I don't know the mileage yet.
I'm going the opposite direction with my truck but that doesn't mean I can't like yours. It really looks good. Your tire choice also, as you pointed out, will work awesome in snow and mud. Had a set on my Wrangler and they were flawless in the snow. Good job on the build so far.
Yes it is but It's relative. I installed the intake and noticed it. But I don't mind it and I don't have a wife to appease. It isn't like you're putting on open headers. Seriously you can only hear if you're getting into the throttle.
Ha!! I've never had a turbo before so I had no idea I'd hear a WOOSH after installing the intake. I was so concerned with the noise I made a sound clip and sent it to Dave. He said that's the turbo and to enjoy the noises. I do now!