Are These 18s or 20s?

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I've decided to go with 37's with Black Rhino Carbines.

What I can't decide is if I should do 18s or 20s.

I found this setup on Black Rhino's website and the EXACT look I'm going for!


I reached out to Black Rhino to ask and I can't get a reply.

I just can't figure out if these are 18s or 20s wrapped in 37s.

Anyone with a good eye able to know what size these are?

Thanks in advance!
 

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18's, shows on the tires.
 
18, Toyo only makes a 13.5 in a 20 and it for sure says 18 and 12.5
 
Its a Sahara and a 35 would look exactly like that, 37 would not fit without lift.

and:

 
Thanks family!

So if I am going with 37's and want that same "look" with the amount of rubber on the sides... I'd probably want to do 20's, correct?
 
Be careful that wheel is only made in a -18 or -34. I would not run either on a JL
 
Be careful that wheel is only made in a -18 or -34. I would not run either on a JL
Oh really? That's the type of thing I'm still trying to learn. What would be wrong with -18 or -34
 
see the three pics, the left is 0, the middle is -5 and the right is -10.

the red Jeep is -18 or -34

Just like castor, its backwards, the negative number is headed away from the rotor, the higher the number the further it is.

Castor is same, roll that axle backwards castor goes high, roll it forward it goes down. you would think it would be the opposite
 

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see the three pics, the left is 0, the middle is -5 and the right is -10.

the red Jeep is -18 or -34
Oh HELL! So -10 is the most I want to go then, correct?
 
They have 20x9's with a 0 offset. Would that work? And if there is any rubbing, do spacers?
 
Oh HELL! So -10 is the most I want to go then, correct?
Tough question because if the wheel is 8 vs 9 vs 10 wide the number is different. However yes 10 max. Gladiators are boxes in the back, the higher you go the further the tire can go from the vehicle and still look ok. That red truck yuck never

smaller and narrower the tire and the lower the lift the less out of the wheel well you want to be or it will look like a low rider.
 
They have 20x9's with a 0 offset. Would that work? And if there is any rubbing, do spacers?
Thats what I run, wanna see what it looks like? You can run spacers but due to the lugs on JT's the spacers start at 1.5 to 1.75 inches and th1.75 is more than I would want to do. Spacers wear ball joints prematurely and that is the cause of a really crappy driving Jeep and death wobble.

392 I think 18x9 o offset is perfect for 35 or 37. I have one and brother has other let me show u
 
20x9 with 37 -18
 

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18x9 with 35 0 offset
 

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18x9 with 35 0 offset
ooooooo I like that look!

So looking at the Black Rhino Carbine options... and knowing I'd want to go with 20's to wrap in 37 x 13.5's....

Which one of these would be the one I should go with?
 

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Neither those are 6 lug wheels you have 5, you need to look for a 5x127, 6 lug is for a chevy
 
Well that messes everything up with my decision 😂
 
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