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Any of you put big tires on your stock wheels? I just wanted to see some pics to see what they look like. I like aftermarket wheels better but for now funds will go to the mechanics part of the truck.
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Any of you put big tires on your stock wheels? I just wanted to see some pics to see what they look like. I like aftermarket wheels better but for now funds will go to the mechanics part of the truck.
Put 285's on when I first bought the truck.




Here is a picture with 315's on stockers back when my truck had a 4 1/2" DR lift.




and now back to stock with 1 1/2" leveling springs up front with 285's


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i have 295 on stock 16's. sig pic is best i can do right now since at work. can get better pics and more accurate tire size when I get home.

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Ok, so I looked and I have 295/75/16 BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO on stock rims with a leveling kit on the truck. lifts front 2"-2.5". unless you change rear ratio(not sure what ratio you'd need) or get recalibrated this size will have your speedometer and all off by about 5% or 4-5mph, showing your going 25 when really doing 30, ect...





according to tire size calculator, the tires are 33.42"

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Heres 35 on 20" rims
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