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325/60/22 with just leveling kit?

Has anyone done this?
With wheels with an Offset of -49.8
22x10 wheels

I've got 4" blocks in the back. I'm just worried because BFG says the tires are 37.5" tall.

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325/60/22 calculates to 37.4 x 12.8

Negative offsett means they stick out further than center, right? What's the backspacing on those?

My 5" backspaced rims are "0" offset, and with 37 x 13.50's (which are actually 36.8"), they work. If your rims stick out more, they sure won't rub the control arms, as mine do not. But if they stick out too far, they might hit the bumper. I only had 35's when I got the Road Armors, so 37's have never had the chance to hit my front bumper.

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The wheels are

22x9.5
+18mm Offset, and 5.96" Backspace

OR

22x11
-44mm Offset, and 4.25" Backspace

Wondering which one will be better?

Oh and yes they calculate out at 37.4 but bfg says the actual measurements are 37.5.

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With that big of a tire I doubt the 22x11s will fit with just a leveling kit, maybe, but I doubt it, cause they would stick out like a mother f'er. The other ones I bet would fit.

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I'd do the neg offset ones if it were my truck but I like the tonka truck look. It might fit but if your not looking for a big lift I'd just do a 3" or 3.5" to be on the safe side. Hell i'm stuffing 38's on a 6".

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Oh I totally like the wheel sticking way out look, but on a 37 inch tire and just a leveling kit, I'm saying NO way they fit. I know 20x10s with a 4.5 backspace and 35 inch tire fit with some rubbing on the inner fender. His 22x11s have roughly 1.25 inches sticking further out, plus a 37 inch tire going around them.

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Oh I totally like the wheel sticking way out look, but on a 37 inch tire and just a leveling kit, I'm saying NO way they fit. I know 20x10s with a 4.5 backspace and 35 inch tire fit with some rubbing on the inner fender. His 22x11s have roughly 1.25 inches sticking further out, plus a 37 inch tire going around them.
Yeah thats why I think he should dod a 3-3.5 lift.

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3.5 lift and I still think he is going to be close to rubbing. I'd say Icon 4.5 would be about the minimum for that offset and 37s.

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I almost rub with my 37's on 20x10 and 5" BS. I have 5.5 of total lift and have my fender liners pulled back. You will rub with just a leveling kit.

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