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Old 11-28-2012, 03:17 PM
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Pics of 35's on factory 20's no lift??

Im looking for any pics of trucks with no leveling kit or lift with factory 20's and 35's, looking at mabye doing some bfg all terrains? If anybody has any pics of theres with bfgs or other tires i would apperciate it.. Thanks!
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These are LT285 BFGs on factory 20's... just short of 35". I believe anything larger will contact the front wheel well at stock height. Mine is stock springs and height all around... I let my trailer do the leveling from the rear.



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35/12.50/20 mudgrapplers
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35/12.50/20 mudgrapplers
Is there any rubbing at full lock?
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Old 01-13-2013, 12:18 PM
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Pics of 35's on factory 20's no lift??-imageuploadedbyautoguide1358111909.559332.jpg



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Pics of 35's on factory 20's no lift??-imageuploadedbyautoguide1358111968.211526.jpg

Both trucks have same tires which are 35-12.50 R20. No lift of any kind and no rubbing at any point to full lock.


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Old 01-14-2013, 09:44 AM
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Fyi.... will need to replace my BFG a/t ko's after 14,000 miles.....at only $525 a tire they are complete dog sh*t tires....dont get them... check out Toyo's new A/T II
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These are LT285 BFGs on factory 20's... just short of 35".
well at stock height. Mine is stock springs and height all around... I let my trailer do the leveling from the rear.



no they will not......35"s on stock 20's at full lock either way will make ZERO contact......FYI
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I was wondering this. This is awesome. I might not add a leveling kit.
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Old 03-19-2013, 12:45 PM
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Good news for me as well. Just need to find a place where I can get OEM rims without breaking the bank. Just remembered that doesn't exist
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