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Whether you're looking for a daily driver setup, an off-road capable setup, and an aggressive setup, here are a few options for your new wheels, tires, and suspension. 


2nd Gen Ford Raptor Recommended Fitment

- Wheel Diameter: 17" - 22"

- Wheel Width:  8"-12"

- Offset:  0mm to -44mm

- Bolt Pattern: 6x135 (6x5.3")






Daily Driver Setups

For the daily drivers who just want a nice new set of wheels and good tires that are functional, here's what you'll want to look at getting. 






What This Ford Raptor is Running:


- 20x10 -18 Fuel Rebel

- 37"x12.5" Nitto Ridge Grappler

- BDS Suspension Suspension Lift 4"



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What You Need to Know For a Daily Driver Setup:


- Common daily driving setups will run a wheel size between 18" and 20" with an offset anywhere from 0mm to -18mm

- A few common tire sizes for this type of setup are 320/70 or 320/60

- Suspension options can range from a leveling kit or a lift kit around the 2" to 3" size

- Ideal for people daily drive their trucks on the highway but still want something their coworkers might get jealous about

- Perfect setup to handle the highways AND the backroads for fishing and hunting trips



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Important Notes:


- This truck still has a slightly aggressive setup with an -18 offset, but closer to 0mm offset, the less aggressive your setup will be

- For daily drivers who spend a lot of time on the highway, you'll want to stick with all-terrain tires instead of mud terrain (more road noise with mud terrain tires)

- You could also run a bigger tire with a smaller wheel 

- Make sure to get the right bolt pattern for your wheels

- Make sure you look at what tire sizes you can get with the height of your lift kit

- For larger wheels and tires, you may need to recalibrate your speedometer






Off-Road Capable Setups

Here's some information on those who want a setup that they can confidently take off-roading. 






What This Ford Raptor is Running:


- 17x9 -12 Gear Off-Road Black Hawk

- 35"x12.5" Nitto Ridge Grappler 

- Icon Suspension Lift 2.5"



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What You Need to Know For an Off-Road Setup:


- Typical wheel sizes for an off-road Raptor are around 17" to 18" with a -6mm to a -12mm offset

- Suspension options can vary with off-road builds. Common lift kit sizes are around 2.5" or 3" 

- Ideal for people who take their Raptor off-roading often 

- This kind of setup is still good for daily drivers as well who like to take hunting and fishing trips 



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Important Notes:


- Typically, off-road focused builds run a smaller wheel around a 17" or 18" with a big tire that can handle off-road terrain

- Mud terrain tires are a good choice for off-road builds

- This type of setup is also common for daily drivers

- Make sure to get the right bolt pattern for your wheels

- Make sure you look at what tire sizes you can get with the height of your lift kit

- For larger wheels and tires, you may need to recalibrate your speedometer








Aggressive Setups

This setup is for those looking for more of a flashy build with bigger wheels and a taller lift kit. 





What This Raptor is Running:


- 22x12 -51 Cali Offroad Summit

- 305/50 Nitto Ridge Grappler

- Fabtech Suspension Lift 4"



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What You Need to Know For an Aggressive Setup:


- Aggressive setups will run a bigger wheel size between 22" and 24" with a higher negative offset around -51mm

- A few common tire sizes for an aggressive setup are 305/50 or 320/50

- This type of setup may require trimming and/or may have some rubbing in the wheel well

- Suspension for an aggressive setup usually is a tall lift kit between 4" and 6" sizes. 

- Ideal for people who attend truck shows or who want their truck to be more flashy to their coworkers or neighbors



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Important Notes:


- The taller the kit, the more aggressive setup you'll have

- The bigger the negative offset, the more your wheels and tires will stick out past your fenders

- With bigger wheels, it may require some trimming 

- Make sure to get the right bolt pattern for your wheels

- Make sure you look at what tire sizes you can get with the height of your lift kit

- With tall lift kits, you may need to get some step bars

- For larger wheels and tires, you may need to recalibrate your speedometer








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