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Finally got a new set of wheels. They are Fuel Krank 20x10 -12 offset. I picked them up off another member blackntan. Also like to give him credit on his sell. He was quick and packaged well. No issues at all.

I'm putting a 4.5 rough country lift on next month. I have a set of 295/60r20 nittos just sitting in my garage brand new. They actually measure out to a 34.5x12.45. Do you think these will look to small. Even if I wanted to run them through fall winter and spring?

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Nice wheels. I will be mounting new wheels on some 295/65-20 Toyos, with a Carli pintop leveling kit. You may be better off with a 35x12.50. Are you Fire or PD?
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Nice wheels. I will be mounting new wheels on some 295/65-20 Toyos, with a Carli pintop leveling kit. You may be better off with a 35x12.50. Are you Fire or PD?
With the tires mesure almost to a 35x12.50 do you think it would make that much of a differece? I'm in the fire service

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Cool IAFF L4005 here. My 295/65 Toyos are about a 35x11.50. You are a little bit shorter, and you have more real estate to fill up in the wheel wells. A flotation type 35 may be better. Mount them and see how it comes out...
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I agree. I dont want them to look to small. The funny part is my boss just bought a new Rocky Ridge 2500 chevy and they actually came with a 295/60r20 terra grappler. Which surprised the hell out of me.

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i have the same ones in chrome on 35X12.50
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