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Hello,
I am a new forum Member. in may I picked up a brand new 2015 Nissan Titan King Cab SV from Gallatin,TN.
Previously i had two Toyota Tundras (2000 RWD and 2002 4WD both 3.4V6). The 2000 one was getting over 230K so decided to replace it with a new truck and after the search and looking at the price of the Toyotas I picked up the Titan. I had 1995 Nissan Hard Body Pick up before i got a Tundra and absolutely loved it, so Titan was an easy choice for me.

I love my Titan. It came with 20" rims. Since in am in northeast I would like to switch snow tires and are looking for 18" rims. Does anyone knows 2015 OEM 18" rim offset? I check Tire rack but they are listing several off setts. I found bunch of the 2016 XD rims (take offs) but can seem to find reliable information on the rim offset.

Would appreciate an advise. I am sure some already looked in to that....
Thank you,
avk
 

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stock 1st gen 18" wheels offset is +25mm ish. 8" wide. (pro4x wheels, not sure if the offset changes on the other trim 18's.)
 

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thank you. Appreciate feed back. Talked to few folks who is selling XD rims takeoff and all say no problem. I had a feeling they were blowing smoke...
 

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thank you. Appreciate feed back. Talked to few folks who is selling XD rims takeoff and all say no problem. I had a feeling they were blowing smoke...
the xd rims will probably rub the brake calipers and they'll look terrible. the +50 or whatever offset will suck the tires in a lot.
 

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OEM 18x8 wheel is +25mm offset. So if you go with a 18x9 aftermarket wheel you want a +12mm offset to keep stock. Like honda said, the XD wheels have a much higher offset than we do and you'll run into issues.
 
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