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Question Max Tire Size On 2.5in Level! HELP!!!

I just ordered a set of 20x10 Mazzi Hulks wrapped in 355/60 Terra Grapplers. I wasn't really putting too much thought into what I was doing and am now wondering if theyll even fit! Let me know what you guys think!
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i've seen guys fit 37's on just a 2.5" Leveling kit.. i run 37's w/ a 3.5" leveling kit.. zero issues.

do a quick search on leveling kits.. there are a ton of threads on leveling kits and what tires to run.

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You're not going to fit those on your truck with that leveling kit due to the width and off set of the 20x10 Hulks. With that wide of a a wheel, you may want to stick with a 35 and iven then may still have rubbing issues. I had a 35" BFG AT on 20x10 Helo Maxx 8's and had to do some trimming so I don't thyink you'll clear a 37.

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I know for a fact i can fit 35x12.5's but i was kinda wanting to go a little bit bigger if at all possible. I live on the farm and my truck will be flexing quite a bit occasionally due to day to day activites.
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I have 355/60/20 on mine with stock rims and no leveling kit.
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Has more to do with your wheels. If your a 10" wide rim id stay with 33 x 12.5 or 13.5. 35 x 12.5 will work but will rub pretty bad.



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