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If I run these wheels. BR website says 12 offset. My Pro4X comes with 18X8 wheels, not sure if it's safe to run the factory 275/70 on an 18X9.5 rim.

 

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Not sure what year your truck is (assume it's a 2004-2015 era, based on the tire size), but I suspect it's 275, not 175 factory width on the tires. If you look up your OEM tires, or any 275/70r18 tire, you'll see a range of acceptable rim widths. Since the 275 is roughly 11" of section width (not tread width), you might be alright with 9.5" rims, but when I look at tire specs, it appears 7-9" width is the recommended range.
 

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Not sure what year your truck is (assume it's a 2004-2015 era, based on the tire size), but I suspect it's 275, not 175 factory width on the tires. If you look up your OEM tires, or any 275/70r18 tire, you'll see a range of acceptable rim widths. Since the 275 is roughly 11" of section width (not tread width), you might be alright with 9.5" rims, but when I look at tire specs, it appears 7-9" width is the recommended range.
Ooops corrected it 275. It's a 2020 Pro4X. Guess I will wait until I need tires, I prefer to play it safe. Thanks for your input.
 
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