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Tire question....

Hey everyone. On a CC Dually 350, with stock rims(cause its hard to find any dually 16" nice aftermarket ones), and a 2.5' leveling kit, how big of tires can I run, and whats a good front and rear size? Do need to run skinnier tires in the rear cause of the dually, or can I put a spacer and run wider ones? I was wanting to run 285/75/16s if possible, but I dont think that size will come close to fitting in the rear. What are some of my options dually guys??

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This girl I'm seein is running 35x12.50's on stock 03 rims... I don't know if she has a spacer on the rear tire or not.

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you can put spacers to run wider ones.... heck i know logan has 22.5" wheels on his dually with only a leveling kit....
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Might be too late ( new member) for an answer but..... , I have an 02 CC dually with no leveling kit or lift and fit 34" TSL's with no problem. 34x9 in the rear with no spacers and 34x10.5 in the front.
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