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post #1 of 4 Old 02-12-2014, 03:40 PM Thread Starter
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Tire Rub Question

I just took my leveling kit off and took it back down to stock height ( my personal preference ) Now my 35x12.50x20 tires rub slightly hitting the oem fender flare barely. My wheels are XD Hoss with +18mm offset. I do not want any rubbing essentially so my question is what size tire do I need for this wheel to accomplish that? I have been eye balling the 295/65/20 they are 1.2 inches narrower.
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Nobody? Anybody ever installed 275/65/20 mud tires on stock height?
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275/65/20 are the stock size on my truck.

I've read where folks have put on the 295/65/20's and have not had any rubbing issues, even with stock wheels. Once my Michelins run out I plan to go the 295 route.

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Yea the 275 were factory on this truck as well but they are only half an inch shorter than a 35x12.50 but quite a bit narrower. I want the biggest I can but also don't want rubbing issues at stand still nor pulling into drive ways etc.
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