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Varies with rim and how they fit. What I'd do is find out what they consider stock for the Ranger and order with a slightly negative offset. Radical negative offsets can affect handling and bearing wear.

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Varies with rim and how they fit. What I'd do is find out what they consider stock for the Ranger and order with a slightly negative offset. Radical negative offsets can affect handling and bearing wear.

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Well from what I'm reading its zero off set but all the info I found still isn't helping I kinda hope someone sees this post and can maybe have more info


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That particular rim is a 0 offset for a stock look on your truck. If you want them to stick out about about an inch, get them with a -25 mm offset.
 

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That particular rim is a 0 offset for a stock look on your truck. If you want them to stick out about about an inch, get them with a -25 mm offset.


Well I found a set I'm going with and actually called he manufacture since summit had no clue. They are zero offset but they are 3in back space so they will stick out about a inch or so.




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