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Hey all,

I'm pretty new here and have used the site to gather lots of helpful information but I was curious if the AX200 Cast Iron Black 20" rims would work and fit on a 2013 Titan Pro 4x.

PART NUMBER SIZE BOLT PATTERN OFFSET B/S FINISH BORE LOAD RATING MSRP CAP PART#
AX20029068700 20" x 9" 6x139.70 0 5 CAST IRON BLACK 106.25 2500 lbs $300 1079L145CIB-H42AX

From what I've found, the stock wheel offset is 10 to 20 mm.
 

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I'm not sure what the limit on backspacing is before the rim/tire hits the spindle, but 5 should be okay, since the factory backspacing is 5.25 or 5.5 on my Pro4x.

Now, whether or not the wheel fits is only half a question. What you likely really want to know is whether or not a specific wheel/tire combo fits, and that depends entirely on the tire size, once we establish the wheel fits around the brakes and doesn't grind the spindle.
 

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So the offset for the AX200 Cast Iron Black is 0mm which means they will stick out a little farther to the curb than the stock wheels. If they have them listed on wheel pros as fitting on my truck can I be sure they will fit or should I contact the shop to double check? And is there a website I can check to see what tires will fit with a specific set of rims without any rubbing or things of the sort or do I have to contact the shop again and physically take my truck in to see?

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The wheel will fit. It will only fit with some tires, most likely, without a loft or otherwise modification of the factory suspension. If you're bone stock, consider that stock tire sizes which fit well top out at about 11" section width and 33.5" tall (which is the SAE equivalent of the 275x70R18 on my truck). If you go to a tire wider than about 11", with that offset, you might rub. If you go taller than 33.5", you'll very likely rub. Beyond that, every truck is somewhat unique in terms of weld placement of the control arms and coil bucket, so you may have to do some measuring and mocking up.

What tires do you want to run? If you don't know, a reputable shop can help you.
 

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The wheel will fit. It will only fit with some tires, most likely, without a loft or otherwise modification of the factory suspension. If you're bone stock, consider that stock tire sizes which fit well top out at about 11" section width and 33.5" tall (which is the SAE equivalent of the 275x70R18 on my truck). If you go to a tire wider than about 11", with that offset, you might rub. If you go taller than 33.5", you'll very likely rub. Beyond that, every truck is somewhat unique in terms of weld placement of the control arms and coil bucket, so you may have to do some measuring and mocking up.

What tires do you want to run? If you don't know, a reputable shop can help you.


Okay that makes sense then. I would just need to get the equivalent tire size that works for the 18R. I am not sure which tires I want, do you have any recommendations?
 

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My recommendation is as above. Work with a reputable tire shop. Too many variables to do this over the internet. Like me trying to tell you what hiking boots fit you best. Impossible.
 
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