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Hey tt, I'm sure this has been discussed before, but my search has come up empty handed. I don't know much about offset, or all that jazz but I love the wide, tires sticking 2 inches out of the wheel well, look, but I don't want to lift my truck. It's tax season so I'm looking to get a new set of wheels and tires and seriously want to pursue this wide stance look. Can anyone please give me so dimensions of wheels and tires I should be looking at? Im just looking for that wide low look it's sitting on 275 nittos terras right now which I think is a fine size but they only hang out about a quarter - half inch and I just want more than that with meatier mud terrain tires that I plan on getting. Excuse my ignorance on this, but it seems like everyone that has a mean looking stance to their truck has a lift on it, and that information does me no good.

P. S. I know wheel spacers arnt the best option but would that help to achieve what I'm going for?
 

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I have 18 by 9s with a zero off set and they are 2 inches past the wheel wells. I'm running 305 65 18s which are 33 by 12 inch wide tires. I have the rough country 3 inch leveling kit. ImageUploadedByAutoGuide1453988385.721368.jpg ImageUploadedByAutoGuide1453988413.755732.jpg ImageUploadedByAutoGuide1453988454.043084.jpg
 

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I never cared for the podunk tire look or the Carolina sqwat, but to each his own, just keep in mind the more sticking out, the more risk to fubaring your paint and body from mud, rocks, debris, and wacking curbs going around corners... but some prefer the rig being covered in mud as a badge of honor... have fun...

just keep an eye on your suspension parts and lugs if you decide your using spacers.
 

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The only issue I can think you should keep in mind is clearance at the back of the front wheel well. Wider stance with less backspacing will put the outside edge of the tire closer to the fender/mudflap.
 

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you can get better offset wheels or throw 1.5" adaptors on but with those 275's it'll still look skinny. get a 305 like already posted or a 325/60-18. both are 33 tall. the 325 series is more like 13" wide though.
 

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Thanks for the feed back guys, I know this look is unliked by many, but frankly it's grown on me quite a bit. The titan is an aggressively styled truck and I feel that wideness would give a real pissed off look. Would I have issues running that 325 in combination with spacers? I know the back portion on the wheel well is a troublesome area, but I believe I can relieve that with a leveling kit. 1320video posted this picture of a 2016 a few weeks back and I fell in love, but without moving up in wheels size, I know I'm limited to the width I can go, but I'm going for this kind of stance if at all possible
 

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You will want to check your local laws about the tires past the wheel well. I don't know if most states are the way it is here in PA, but that can score you a ticket here and won't pass inspection. I know guys that do it anyway, but you may want to consider it anyway.
 

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Thanks for the feed back guys, I know this look is unliked by many, but frankly it's grown on me quite a bit. The titan is an aggressively styled truck and I feel that wideness would give a real pissed off look. Would I have issues running that 325 in combination with spacers? I know the back portion on the wheel well is a troublesome area, but I believe I can relieve that with a leveling kit. 1320video posted this picture of a 2016 a few weeks back and I fell in love, but without moving up in wheels size, I know I'm limited to the width I can go, but I'm going for this kind of stance if at all possible
if thats how wide you want, then look into a -44 offset wheel. then you're gonna be stretching tires to make them fit without being too tall and rubbing the fenders.
 

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wow, that looks like azzz! tire beads are not designed for stretching the sidewalls. regardless if you can do it or not...
we have a ton of posers here with that look, and it looks like sheeeet IMHO.
 

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wow, that looks like azzz! tire beads are not designed for stretching the sidewalls. regardless if you can do it or not...
we have a ton of posers here with that look, and it looks like sheeeet IMHO.
yup...looks gay.

run a 18x9 with a 0 offset on a 325/60R18 AT or MT.
 

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yup...looks gay.

run a 18x9 with a 0 offset on a 325/60R18 AT or MT.
the offroad tires have curb/rim protection with a protruding part of the tire by the bead, I don`t see that there in the pic. All`s tha rig is good for is driving by the glass in the malls so they can get a stiffy while checking themselves out, lol

not to mention trashing the body in short order, oh wait, there isn`t any offroading in the mall parking lots is there?:big_grin:
 

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wow, that looks like azzz! tire beads are not designed for stretching the sidewalls. regardless if you can do it or not...
we have a ton of posers here with that look, and it looks like sheeeet IMHO.
yup...looks gay.

run a 18x9 with a 0 offset on a 325/60R18 AT or MT.
Thanks 250 for actually giving me what I asked for, which were dimensions ?
 

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I should have mentioned I don't want the stretch.. Just the width. gtfo here with the lame comments
lmao if you can't take "lame comments" then i won't give advice:devil:


1.25 to 1.5 wheel adaptors from BORA on your stock wheels will give you a nice stance, or like i said, a 0 or -6 offset wheel (18x9) will give you the same'ish stance

for 18's i say 325/60R18
for 20's i say 305/55R20 or 305/50R20. the 50 is a bit shorter in case the tire shop thinks it won't clear.
 

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I am currently running 20x9 -12 they are every bit of 2+ inches outside of the fender I just ordered 20x10 -24 they should be pretty close to where I am at I have nitto mud grapplers with the side lugs those tires look a lot wider.
 

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lol, playtime is over, have work to do!, later Honda! lol...
Lol I just got butt hurt cause I thought pale was calling me Honda in reference to how I want my truck, it just became clear to me he was talking to you ? my bad.. That's what I meant by lame comments, I respect the opinions given and thank you Honda for those numbers that's what I'm looking for.
 

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Hay guys new to this I am curious if I can put a 1.5" adapter on my titan with a 1.75" leveling kit on stock rims I was also courious about a 2" adapter
 
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