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post #1 of 7 Old 06-20-2009, 09:26 PM Thread Starter
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will they fit?

will 35x12.5(or equivalent metric size) fit on my 04 on the stock 16" rims, stock height without leveling? until i can get it leveled.

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They will rub, in my estimation. I would wait till i could level it

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will they fit with a level kit?

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they will fit with a leveling kit... but still rub your leafs.... i had the same size on my truck with a 3.5" leveling kit system and they rubbed the leafs
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They will fit, but will be close. I wouldn't put a 12.5" wide tire on a stock wheel, the center will wear and it won't feel as stable as with the proper width rim.

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how do you fix it from doing that. i was thinking about doing crager or eagle rims for it. what backspace would i have to do to prevent it from rubbing.

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Depends on what year your truck is. For '99-'04 you'll want roughly 0 to +10 offset, so for a 9" wide wheel you want 4.5-5" backspace and for a 10" wide wheel you want 5-5.5" backspace. I run 35x12.50x18 tires on my '03 with 10" wide wheels and 5" backspace (-12 offset) and the tread edge is about 1/4" outside the fenders and at full lock I clear the frame/springs by about 3/4". I would prefer 5.5" backspace to keep the truck sides a little cleaner.

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