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20's on a 4x4

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k. 98 blazer 4x4,,wanting 20's but no rubbing or turning issues,,whats the right size wheel, offset, and tire to go with?
 
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ahhh i am wondering this as well since i wanna do 20s on mine
 
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wow nobody knows?
 
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Default RE: 20's on a 4x4

Dave (nj4x4blaze) had 20's on his before he lifted it. Here's a thread with pics, rim size, and tire size. Stock 4WD backspacing is 6" so stay close to that. You could always PM Dave and ask him what specs his rims were as far as offset and backspacing.
 
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Default RE: 20's on a 4x4

Well you could use a tire size calculator to guess and check the size you would need. for the rim you would want something probably not larger than a 20x9 sized rim. For the tires, the most you can fit on a non lifted 4x4 seem to be a 30x9.50. So find a 20" tire with and overall width equal to or smaller than 9.5 inches and a height smaller than or equal to 30", inotherwords a tire with about a 5" sidewall or less is what you are looking for. Hope this helps you out.

Here is a link to a tire size calculator

EDIT: Running the numbers quick on that calculator shows a result that a 245/50 R20 tire should fit as its overall dimensions match closely to a 30x9.5 tire.
 
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Default RE: 20's on a 4x4

All you need to do is find a 20 by 9.5 rim with a 2 inch lip the offset will be fine then and then put what ever tire you want on it!!
 
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