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Old 10-23-2013, 11:55 AM
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I have the KMC XD series XD795 HOSS. The website shows two different offsets for the 20x9 chrome. I don't know which one is the same as mine? The tire specs say rim width 9.5. I'm so confused on this... Another thing, should I get the 4 or 10 ply tire?
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Old 10-23-2013, 12:10 PM
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Looks like you should look for a rim with about 5 3/4" back spacing to keep the tires somewhere around the stock location. The smaller the back spacing the more the tire will stick out. Also look for +18mm offset.
Far as the 10 ply or the 4 ply, without question you want the 10 ply. The four ply is a passenger car tire and it will not be able to handle the weight of your truck. Your truck will get real squirrelly with any kind of a load.
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I have the KMC XD series XD795 HOSS. The website shows two different offsets for the 20x9 chrome. I don't know which one is the same as mine? The tire specs say rim width 9.5. I'm so confused on this... Another thing, should I get the 4 or 10 ply tire?
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