Wheel and Tire Offset/Overhang Question

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So I just ordered my jeep this past Saturday and I'm thinking about going with 20x10 w/ -18 offset Fuel Avenger rims w/ 35x12.5 KO2s. Also getting a 3.5" rough country stage 2 lift. Now I know 20s aren't a popular opinion on here but it's what I want.

My question is what's everyone's opinion on the offset and how far the rims will stick out. According to rimsntires.com they will stick out about 3.5" further. Is this correct?

Also if anyone has rims and tires on with that much rim and tire stick out please share.

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Thank you for the response I did use that originally and came up with roughly 4.75 inches of backspacing. I'm mainly just wondering everyone's opinion on how far the wheels would stuck out overall and if that offset would be acceptable.
Can you please post a pic of your Jeep with these wheels. I'm thinking about getting the same setup
 

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That sound about right .. if you want with the 0 offset it would be 5 offset and be closer to a stock stance with very little sticking out
 
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