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Hi everyone,

I just picked up these wheels used from a guy locally who was trading his old 2012 Titan in. But, like an idiot I didn’t think to measure the offset before the wheels were put on yesterday. So I looked them up, and they are the Ultra Hunter 18” and I believe there are two offset options, 18mm or -12mm. Can anyone tell me which one these are by looking at them? All I know about offset is that the lower the number the farther they stick out. I’m trying to figure out what’s the biggest tire I can put on it with a 3” lift in the future. I’m between a 33 x 12.5 or a 295/70..

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+18. My 18x9 +12's stuck out a little more on stock tires. -12 would be over 1" farther outside the truck.
 

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Thank you. I’ll have to look at that. Are you able to confirm a max tire size that I could run on these wheels with bilstein 5100 1.5” up front and 1” in the back without any trimming other than plastic? I would like to do either 33x12.5 , 305 65 r18 , 285 70 r18 or 295 70 r18s
 

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Thank you. I’ll have to look at that. Are you able to confirm a max tire size that I could run on these wheels with bilstein 5100 1.5” up front and 1” in the back without any trimming other than plastic? I would like to do either 33x12.5 , 305 65 r18 , 285 70 r18 or 295 70 r18s
A 34-inch tire tire should fit comfortably with the level and as long as you don't go to wide with the tires, you shouldn't have to make any modifications.

285/70R-18 and 295/70R-18 are two excellent size candidates.
 
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