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How much more width do you gain? Looking at getting them since I have 35's on the beast but not sure if it will do enough from the standard flares?
I don’t know the numbers, but it went from covering half of the tire width to almost all of it. Perfect adjustment for what I had.
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How much more width do you gain? Looking at getting them since I have 35's on the beast but not sure if it will do enough from the standard flares?
So i think it’s less about the tire width and more about the offset, obviously it’s both but the more you tuck the wheel in the fender the less the flares will have to do.

In my case the 1 offset and 295 is a lot of poke and I’m definitely in need of some Sasquatch flares!

I went looking online and when shopping around for tires found many examples of a 33 looking almost as big as a 35 just from the type of tire and offset?

To kind of illustrate what I’m saying; Here’s a picture of a WT with the factory 35” “multi terrain” and my BD on 33” M/Ts

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So i think it’s less about the tire width and more about the offset, obviously it’s both but the more you tuck the wheel in the fender the less the flares will have to do.

In my case the 1 offset and 295 is a lot of poke and I’m definitely in need of some Sasquatch flares!

I went looking online and when shopping around for tires found many examples of a 33 looking almost as big as a 35 just from the type of tire and offset?

To kind of illustrate what I’m saying; Here’s a picture of a WT with the factory 35” “multi terrain” and my BD on 33” M/Ts

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Thanks Mike. I am running a +1 offset on the Fuel rims It appears to be enough. I like the look of these over the others out there so far. Plus they are marked down right now so wanted to move on them.

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So i think it’s less about the tire width and more about the offset, obviously it’s both but the more you tuck the wheel in the fender the less the flares will have to do.

In my case the 1 offset and 295 is a lot of poke and I’m definitely in need of some Sasquatch flares!

I went looking online and when shopping around for tires found many examples of a 33 looking almost as big as a 35 just from the type of tire and offset?

To kind of illustrate what I’m saying; Here’s a picture of a WT with the factory 35” “multi terrain” and my BD on 33” M/Ts

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Hello. Looks awesome! Absolutely love it! What is the wheel & tire size combination you used? I’ve ordered a black diamond too. Just wondering if you know the acceptable offsets for a 16x7.0 wheel on the black diamond? Thanks
 
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Thanks Mike. I am running a +1 offset on the Fuel rims It appears to be enough. I like the look of these over the others out there so far. Plus they are marked down right now so wanted to move on them.

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Those look slick!
 
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Hello. Looks awesome! Absolutely love it! What is the wheel & tire size combination you used? I’ve ordered a black diamond too. Just wondering if you know the acceptable offsets for a 16x7.0 wheel on the black diamond? Thanks
- Tire General Grabber X3 295/70/17 (so 33.3”)
- Fuel Shok 17X9 rim with a 1mm offset

No lift just removed crash bars but I will be doing a 2” spacer lift on Thursday
 

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Looks great! Please post pics when you do the spacer lift.
 

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- Tire General Grabber X3 295/70/17 (so 33.3”)
- Fuel Shok 17X9 rim with a 1mm offset

No lift just removed crash bars but I will be doing a 2” spacer lift on Thursday
Looks awesome Mike. I bet even better after the lift. i love your front licence plate bracket. Where can I get one?
 
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Looks awesome Mike. I bet even better after the lift. i love your front licence plate bracket. Where can I get one?
Amazon, so long as you don’t have the little round parking sensors you should be fine! Otherwise there’s some guys making ones that won’t interfere with sensors!

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Amazon, so long as you don’t have the little round parking sensors you should be fine! Otherwise there’s some guys making ones that won’t interfere with sensors!

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Thank you Mike. Bill.
 

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Here’s my Velocity Blue, 2.7L, BD, Non Sas, 2 Door.

After getting parole from Dirt Mountain Penitentiary I’m scrambling to get all my wrenching done while the weather is still decent!

- General Grabber X3s 295/70/17 (33.3”)
- 17X9 Bronze Fuel Shok with 1 offset
- No lift (but pulled out crash bars)
- Planned to do a 2” RC spacer lift but I might see how I like it at the factory ride height?
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- Front windows getting tint next week
- Oil spray next week.

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Just when I was getting content with going 285/70 when I get mine… I see this 😍

I wanna keep steelies but mannnn this looks good
 
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Just when I was getting content with going 285/70 when I get mine… I see this 😍

I wanna keep steelies but mannnn this looks good
Yah it’s definitely more attributed to the rim offset, but that 10mm width does make a difference too!

Here’s a picture I took last night of my BD beside a stock (non sas) badlands.

I parked “mirror to mirror” to avoid any weird perspective trickery. I imagine once I have the 2” lift done (this Thursday) it’ll be a much more noticeable size difference? I’ll try to grab some comparisons if this BL is still there?

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Yah it’s definitely more attributed to the rim offset, but that 10mm width does make a difference too!

Here’s a picture I took last night of my BD beside a stock (non sas) badlands.

I parked “mirror to mirror” to avoid any weird perspective trickery. I imagine once I have the 2” lift done (this Thursday) it’ll be a much more noticeable size difference? I’ll try to grab some comparisons if this BL is still there?

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this is an awesome comparison! Wheel offset is huge on stance but this gives a great idea of what we’re looking at. Do you need the lift for offraod or you just want it for the added height?
 

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Those 33s fill out the wheel wells nicely.
 
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this is an awesome comparison! Wheel offset is huge on stance but this gives a great idea of what we’re looking at. Do you need the lift for offraod or you just want it for the added height?
I absolutely don’t “need” the lift, at least in terms of tires rubbing, but I do want a little more ground clearance and load carrying capacity.
 
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