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What kind of wheel/tire combo do I need to run?

Here is my truck with a 6 inch skyjacker suspension lift, with 18x10 Incubus wheels on 37 12.50 BF Goodrich's... Some people love it, others say the tires are too small.. What are your opinions on what I should run? Thanks!




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I'd say it looks like a perfect combination, you'd rub with 38" and 10" wide wheels.

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I like trucks with a little more clearance in the wheel well. Yours looks good.


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I think some 20x14 black fuel hostages and 35x14.50 baja atz's would be sick.


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I dont like stuffed fenders. it just looks out of place. yours looks good but some more aggressive tires would look good on their but are uneconomical if you do lots highway driving and want tires that last. looks good

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When my tires are straight, I have about a 4 inch gap between the tire and the bumper. Thanks guys... Appreciate it!
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rdwngs444, how much were your wheel/tires?
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I dont like stuffed fenders. it just looks out of place. yours looks good but some more aggressive tires would look good on their but are uneconomical if you do lots highway driving and want tires that last. looks good
my thoughts too, size looks fine, more aggressive tread would be nice.

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I'd go a little bigger and why does it look like your exhaust is falling off?

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rdwngs444, how much were your wheel/tires?
Tires are about $2500, my old wheels 20x10 hostages were $900, new 20x14 hostages were $1400

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