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Old 06-16-2013, 03:13 PM
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WHat Tires would you put on the PS? Chime In Please

Hey guys, just got this home a few weeks ago, putting on the CAI this week, Turbo Back Exhaust, etc. It has a super chip programmer that came with it but I am going to junk that for a Beans or TW chip.

I am thinking about going with some bigger tires, no lift just want something to fill the wheel wells and make it look mean.

I do not remember what size we put on the White 97 in my Avitar, 305/65/18 maybe

What do you recommend here, I am going for looks. Thanks in advance,

Ty

Here is a picture of how it sets now.
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This is what we are thinking,

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my tire size of choice is 255/86/16
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Hankook Dynapro MT in 285/75x16 if you are running 16x8 wheels. Under $200 each, and actually last.
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i like 255/85-16s or 285/75-16s. TOYO Open Country AT2s
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285 Goodyear Duratracks would look good on there
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toyo open county at II gets my vote. they will be my rubbers next time i need to buy,
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I just put a set of Falken Wild Peak AT tires in 305/70/16 on the stock Alcoa's, they both look and ride great plus they're 10ply/load rating E.

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I've always had great luck with BFG All Terrains but they are sure proud of them $$$$
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I like the bfg all terrains as well got 295s on my 350
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