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Largest Tires For 2008 King Ranch - No Mod

What are the largest tires I can fit on the stock 20" Wheels that
I got with my 2008 King Ranch 4x4 without any suspension mods?
The current tires on my truck are LT275/65/R20.

I'm eyeballing the TOYO Open Country MT tires with the same size specs
as the stock tires. But I wanted to see if I could go a little bit bigger with
any suspension mods and still have either very minor to no rubbing?

Let me know your answers soon, as I need to place my order quickly.

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your stock tires are 34.1", you will be able to go with a 35 without problems and 37 with a leveling kit, the toyo open country m/t in a 35x12.50x20 has an actual diameter of 35"

a few other options:

the cooper stt comes in a 35x12.50x20 with an actual diameter of 34.7" and is a very similar tire to the toyo open country m/t

the pro comp xtreme m/t, this tire comes in a 35x12.50x20 and is an actual diameter of 34.6", I am currently running this tire on my truck in a 37 and have been impressed so far but I do not have many miles on them

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Thanks for the information.
I'm off to place my order. for 35x12.50x20..
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I've had 4 sets of Toyo MT's they are great tires post up pic's when you get them on

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Does anyone know what the width of the stock 20" rims are? Also what is the widest tire you can use? Thanks in advance!!!

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8" wide, i wouldnt run more than a 12.50" wide on them, 13.50" will work as long as u keep the psi up
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8" wide, i wouldnt run more than a 12.50" wide on them, 13.50" will work as long as u keep the psi up
Thanks, I am looking to get new tires soon. I already have 46000 on mine.

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