Anyone looking at +40 offset wheels?

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Just got my wheels. TE37 17x7.5 +48.
Think I can make them fit with a 16-19 mm. Adapter. 🤞. It’ll be a tight fit with 245/65 AT tires.
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Just got my wheels. TE37 17x7.5 +48.
Think I can make them fit with a 16-19 mm. Adapter. 🤞. It’ll be a tight fit with 245/65 AT tires.
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Those are a classic wheel. Should fit nice with a small spacer they are 5x108 right?
 

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Those are a classic wheel. Should fit nice with a small spacer they are 5x108 right?
I wish they were 5x108. Don’t think they ever made many in 5x108.
I’m doing 16-19 mm. 5x100 to 5x108 adapter hub centric and wheel centric to be safe of the highest quality. Usually hate adapters but no choice here considering I won’t ever tow or haul anything to heavy I think I should be fine.
 

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Went with a set of these 17" Voxx Monte's. Mounted up the Nokian Rotiivas and hosed 'em down with some burnt copper plasti dip. Now for the wait for the truck to put them on. 😬

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Also found these Vors TR37 in hyper black with a couple of 18" options..
18x8.5 +35 offset
18x9.5 +35 offset
18x9.5 +22 offset :oops:

These might be the ones for me.. a little lighter weight than those 9six9 TE37 knockoffs I posted too.
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Weights per Vors: 20.5 lbs & 22 lbs
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Also found these Vors TR37 in hyper black with a couple of 18" options..
18x8.5 +35 offset
18x9.5 +35 offset
18x9.5 +22 offset :oops:

These might be the ones for me.. a little lighter weight than those 9six9 TE37 knockoffs I posted too.
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Weights per Vors: 20.5 lbs & 22 lbs
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I actually found some real TE’s. In 5x108 but there a 18” wheel and I want to fit a 235/70 17 so went with 17” and a adopter.
 

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Went with a set of these 17" Voxx Monte's. Mounted up the Nokian Rotiivas and hosed 'em down with some burnt copper plasti dip. Now for the wait for the truck to put them on. 😬
How are the Rotiivas?
I’m a huge fan of Nokians, but I’ve only had WRGs & Entyre installed.
 

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How are the Rotiivas?
I’m a huge fan of Nokians, but I’ve only had WRGs & Entyre installed.
I've been running them on our company fleet of Tahoes and they've held up quite good there. Good tread life with even wear and the molded in indicators are easily readable. No issues with shifting belts (Goodyears are my bane) or being overly prone to punctures. They're a little squeaky when new and the size options are somewhat limited. Our tire supplier sells 'em fairly cheap although I actually got my set when Discount Tire had them marked down as a used set despite being new.
 

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I've been running them on our company fleet of Tahoes and they've held up quite good there. Good tread life with even wear and the molded in indicators are easily readable. No issues with shifting belts (Goodyears are my bane) or being overly prone to punctures. They're a little squeaky when new and the size options are somewhat limited. Our tire supplier sells 'em fairly cheap although I actually got my set when Discount Tire had them marked down as a used set despite being new.
Thank you for the feedback. I was considering just throwing on a set of WRG4s bc I know they can handle our winters with FWD, but the aesthetic of running an AT tire is pushing me towards the Rotiiva.
 

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Kind of surprised by all the 17 and 18 inch wheel interest. Already have my truck and I want to put 20x8.5" (or 9) wheels on.... Just trying to confirm offset and the biggest tire I can put on those wheels. Can't find any information on the Internet, or the dealership, or calling Ford. Nobody knows shit..! Anybody here have more info on this scenario?
Probably something like 245/45R20 (close to OE size) or 255/45R20 with wheels of +38-45mm offset for x8.5", max ~40mm for x9"
 
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