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So I am not the smartest with offsets/backspacing/etc .. I have tried searching and have looked online at numerous websites, images and I still cannot figure it out. So forgive the stupid question that has been asked 1000's of times, but I am not smart enough to understand what I am looking at.

I have a stock height 2015 Screw Lariat with OEM 20" wheels. If I am reading right, I have 20x8.5 with a 44mm offset. I am looking at purchasing a used set of Fuel Trophy's that are 20x9, with a 5.5 back space and a 1mm offset. I just need someone to confirm that if I put the Trophy's on that they will stick out almost 2 inches further. I would prefer if someone said I was wrong and that they would not stick out that far, I like the wheels, but 2 inches is to much for me.

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So I am not the smartest with offsets/backspacing/etc .. I have tried searching and have looked online at numerous websites, images and I still cannot figure it out. So forgive the stupid question that has been asked 1000's of times, but I am not smart enough to understand what I am looking at.

I have a stock height 2015 Screw Lariat with OEM 20" wheels. If I am reading right, I have 20x8.5 with a 44mm offset. I am looking at purchasing a used set of Fuel Trophy's that are 20x9, with a 5.5 back space and a 1mm offset. I just need someone to confirm that if I put the Trophy's on that they will stick out almost 2 inches further. I would prefer if someone said I was wrong and that they would not stick out that far, I like the wheels, but 2 inches is to much for me.

Thanks!
Anthony
https://www.1010tires.com/Tools/Wheel-Offset-Calculator
 

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CustomWheeloffset.com has a gallery you can input wheel size/specs into and it will show trucks that will give you an idea. Likely you will end up with about an 1” poke.
 
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