TRX Aftermarket Wheel and Tire pics! [size/offset]

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I'm torn between 20x10, -18 and 22x12, -44 both with 37x13.5. Going to take some trimming which I'm not concerned with or maybe even a level. Width on wheels just looks so great.
It'll be interesting to see what it takes to make that fit. A 9" wide with wheel with 0 offset is rubbing with 37s in some instances. The 10" wide -18 would sit an additional 1.22" outboard from a 9" zero offset. A 12" wide -44 offset would sit an additional 3.22" outboard from a 9" zero offset. You might make that 10" wide -18 fit with a level and some trimming, but it's going to take something more significant to make the 12" wide work.
 

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It'll be interesting to see what it takes to make that fit. A 9" wide with wheel with 0 offset is rubbing with 37s in some instances. The 10" wide -18 would sit an additional 1.22" outboard from a 9" zero offset. A 12" wide -44 offset would sit an additional 3.22" outboard from a 9" zero offset. You might make that 10" wide -18 fit with a level and some trimming, but it's going to take something more significant to make the 12" wide work.
Agree it’ll be interesting. I see guys running 22x12, -44 and 35x12.5. So at least that’s known. I’m not sure if the bumper or the cab will get in the way without lifting it up a bit.
 

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It'll be interesting to see what it takes to make that fit. A 9" wide with wheel with 0 offset is rubbing with 37s in some instances. The 10" wide -18 would sit an additional 1.22" outboard from a 9" zero offset. A 12" wide -44 offset would sit an additional 3.22" outboard from a 9" zero offset. You might make that 10" wide -18 fit with a level and some trimming, but it's going to take something more significant to make the 12" wide work.
I have been doing a lot of inquiries into 22x10 -18 and 22x12 -44. According to most wheel companies i spoke with 22x10 works with 35” tires and no rubbing. The 22x12 however rubs but i was told it only took minimal trimming to make it not rub. Next weekend i will have the full description of exactly what has to be trimmed. One website particular shows all of the TRX’s they have fitted with 33” tires. I personally would like to stick with the 35’s but i also gotta say I don’t mind the way this set up looks either.
 

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It'll be interesting to see what it takes to make that fit. A 9" wide with wheel with 0 offset is rubbing with 37s in some instances. The 10" wide -18 would sit an additional 1.22" outboard from a 9" zero offset. A 12" wide -44 offset would sit an additional 3.22" outboard from a 9" zero offset. You might make that 10" wide -18 fit with a level and some trimming, but it's going to take something more significant to make the 12" wide work.
I have been doing a lot of inquiries into 22x10 -18 and 22x12 -44. According to most wheel companies i spoke with 22x10 works with 35” tires and no rubbing. The 22x12 however rubs but i was told it only took minimal trimming to make it not rub. Next weekend i will have the full description of exactly what has to be trimmed. One website particular shows all of the TRX’s they have fitted with 33” tires. I personally would like to stick with the 35’s but i also gotta say I don’t mind the way this set up looks either.
 

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I have been doing a lot of inquiries into 22x10 -18 and 22x12 -44. According to most wheel companies i spoke with 22x10 works with 35” tires and no rubbing. The 22x12 however rubs but i was told it only took minimal trimming to make it not rub. Next weekend i will have the full description of exactly what has to be trimmed. One website particular shows all of the TRX’s they have fitted with 33” tires. I personally would like to stick with the 35’s but i also gotta say I don’t mind the way this set up looks either.
Looks like all the 4play pictures are renderings, though, so not especially reliable. I've been considering the 18" S12 but not a lot of info on them.
 

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Here is another link.

Yup that is the picture the rep sent me. I wanna say he said those were the 22x10’s
Who are you working with? Steve Wilson?

I am going with same setup but with different 4Play rims-4PF6's. Just waiting for it to be back in stock. Should only be 30 more days.

The 20" 4PF6's were available last time I checked, but the Federal Xprlora tire in 35x12.5R20 was not.

It is these on 35x12.5 tires.

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Here is another link.


Who are you working with? Steve Wilson?

I am going with same setup but with different 4Play rims-4PF6's. Just waiting for it to be back in stock. Should only be 30 more days.

The 20" 4PF6's were available last time I checked, but the Federal Xprlora tire in 35x12.5R20 was not.

It is these on 35x12.5 tires.

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Naturally i can’t find the email. I see the mail i sent to them but it looks like it didn’t come back from the sales email i see one from OE wheels but can’t find the other. Dave Sosa was the one who replied from OE wheels
 

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I have been doing a lot of inquiries into 22x10 -18 and 22x12 -44. According to most wheel companies i spoke with 22x10 works with 35” tires and no rubbing. The 22x12 however rubs but i was told it only took minimal trimming to make it not rub. Next weekend i will have the full description of exactly what has to be trimmed. One website particular shows all of the TRX’s they have fitted with 33” tires. I personally would like to stick with the 35’s but i also gotta say I don’t mind the way this set up looks either.

Did they allude to anything else regarding the truck in the pic? Does seem photoshopped and lowered or something. Aren't stock wheels slightly less than 35"? Just seems like we have a lot of wheel well gap to cover but also not rub so I am sure a fine line. Thanks guys for the info this far.
 

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Did they allude to anything else regarding the truck in the pic? Does seem photoshopped and lowered or something. Aren't stock wheels slightly less than 35"? Just seems like we have a lot of wheel well gap to cover but also not rub so I am sure a fine line. Thanks guys for the info this far.

So the pics below is a selection of real truck rim/tire upgrades. You wont get it to look any lower with out rubbing or lowering (If that is even possible) and going down to 33" tire.

So here are the same 2 aftermarket wheels, Icon Rebound 18x9 zero offset. #1 & #2.

1) Grey Icon Rebound wheels 18x9 with stock tires.

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2) Blue Icon Rebound wheels 18x9with 37x13.5 R18 Arturo tires 37x13.5 look massive compared to stock.

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3) 22x10 35x12.5 R22 Federal tires 35x12.5 R22 tires

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4) 22x12 -44 offset-35x12.5 R22 with Fedreal tires

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5) Photo Shop simulated pic with Fury tires. Not realistic height.

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The reason they have 33" tire on there photo shop pic is that is what size tire you would have to go to get the truck lowered and look like that.

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Awesome and thank you for the reply and info!
 

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Just depends what look you want. The TRX was designed around 18x9 rim with 35x12.5" 325 tires.

So if you go up to a 20" rim, you loose side wall. Go to 22" rim, you loose more side wall, as the pictures indicate. But the rim/tire height and circumference stay approximately the same. Plus all the tires are not made exactly the same and are slightly different, thus one may rub, but another brand may not in same exact size. It all relative to what you pick.

Dont just order off internet, which cant usually be returned, unless your 110% sure. I would get with a local off road truck and tire shop that does this all the time, they will be able to get you the look and fit you want and if for some reason, it rubs/touches, they can just get you a smaller tire. Your not stuck with it or have to cut the inner fender well.
 
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