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Het guys looking for these rims, and cant seem to find them for sale anywhere to fit the titan...anyone know the right bolt pattern/back spacing needed?
really like these rims, would like to get a 20X10 tp put on my 35x12.50 20 nitto mus grapplers.
if not ill go with the rockstars, but they look pretty sweet...thanks...:)
 

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Those would be nice...I am putting some black 20" Rockstars on mine today! Try searching different websites, each seem to be different in what they say will fit the titans.

Bolt Pattern: 6X139.7

Offset: 10-18mm, if you go more youll need spacers.

The Titan wheels are hub-centric with a 77.8mm diamater, the Rockstars I have are an OD of 100.5mm, which is forcing me to use hub rings.

What Im getting at here is, a lot of wheels will fit, even if the websites don't say so.
 

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Any word on these rims? I was looking to get these for my truck as well but was told that the 20x10 diesel won't fit due to the backspacing.

I was told different things everytime. 4wheel parts told me it won't fit and now Wheelpros is telling me that it will.

Anyone running 20x10s have any problems?
 

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These are the ones you want:

WheelPros\KMC Part #XD76621061224 (chrome)
20x10
-24mm offset
4.56" backspacing
hubcentric (78.10mm bore)

Just for reference, the 20x10 MotoMetal 954s have -18mm offset, 4.79" backspacing. The Diesels will stick out about 1/4" more. The black ones are #XD76621060324. Besides being black, they are not hubcentric (108mm bore).
 

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What kinda lift do you have? You're BS/Offset will also depend on what kind of stance you're lookin' for. Also, some wheel places will tell you it won't fit cause the offset is not close to the stock offset. They'd be right if you kept the truck stock height.
 

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Well here it is!

I got the KMC Diesels in 20x10 with the unrecommended 4.55in back spacing.

I had to use hub centric rings.

I'm running 35x12.5x20 Nitto Mud Grapplers.

Procomp 6 inch stage one lift.

I had to have the pinch welds and bottoms of my fenders trimmed and bent back, my front bumper corners were trimmed.

I hope this helps everyone. I was wondering if this fit as well and many places told me they wouldn't. Now we all know for sure it does work!!!
 

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Skumbag said:
Where in Phoenix are you? I want to see a set of these in person. For ther most part, pics never do our trucks any justice.
I live in south phx but i'm in the tempe and deser ridge areas most of the time.
 

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wow, wtf? I thought we needed it not sticking out far? why such negative offset? I was thinking of getting these in 17x9 +18mm offset to help clear larger tires...

how do I figure the ideal offset for various wheel/tire combos? I understand clearing the pinch weld and front bumper means positive offset/tucked in towards the frame. but to clear the spindles or whatever we need negative/sticking out offset? is there a general rule of thumb for the titan? there's got to be enough proven what works to have a sticky on what fits by now offset between +20 to -20 9" wide rim with 12.5" wide tire per say... :confused:
 
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