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Pics of 20" Wheels at Stock Ride Height

Anyone with pics of their X with 20" rims at stock ride height please post pics. I have a 96 that I am in the market for a set of rims and I am trying to get some ideas of what I like before I make a purchase. Preferably 2nd gens, but feel free to post any year Explorer with or without suspension adjustments. Also if possible please post Wheel and Tire specs. thanks for all your help
 



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here is mine.... it is lowered in the front, stock in back. The wheels are 20x8.5 +35mm offset with 2" spacers in the rear.
 

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If you use a +15 offset, instead of the +35 will you still need 2 inch spacers? Or do you need 2 inch spacers because your tires are so wide 265/50? Just curious now what is the proper offset if I don't wish to use spacers? Thanks
 






If you use a +15 offset, instead of the +35 will you still need 2 inch spacers? Or do you need 2 inch spacers because your tires are so wide 265/50? Just curious now what is the proper offset if I don't wish to use spacers? Thanks

They fit fine without the spacers, they are on there just to give it a staggereg look-and because the rear track is narrower than the front. And they are only on the rear. I like the 35 offset because it tucks the front wheel- It was just my preference.

My tires are a little narrower than most run- most on this board use a 275 tire with 20's
 






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