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Thinking about the Remington High Country wheels and 275/70-18 tires. Because of the stupid WV inspections, the tires cannot extend past the fenders. The offsets available are 0, +20, +30. Since the stock wheels are +25, would +20 be the best to tuck the tires? Suggestions?
 

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The 20mm offset will work well for your needs. I ran the exact tire and wheel specs and the outside of the tread was even with the edge of the fender. It did not go past it.
 
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I forgot to attach a couple pics I luckily had laying around. They're not the best but they will give you an idea. This is with 18x9 20mm offset and 275/70-18's


 

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+20 is the way to go. Compared to where the factory wheels sit now, the 18x9 +20 High Country will sit less than .75" further out towards the fender when compared to the O.E. wheels, keeping the assemblies within the fenders.

Now just need to wait till they make that model...
 

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Now just need to wait till they make that model...
I spoke with the manufacture and it looks like they are only offering the satin black milled High Country in 20" in the 6-139.7 bolt pattern (no eta). I checked on the full satin black finish and they have stock available in 18".

Details: Remington High Country custom rims
 

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I spoke with the manufacture and it looks like they are only offering the satin black milled High Country in 20" in the 6-139.7 bolt pattern (no eta). I checked on the full satin black finish and they have stock available in 18".

Details: Remington High Country custom rims

Thanks for the update. Now time pick tires.
 
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