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Old 02-10-2013, 03:38 AM
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35x12.50 rub?

Hi Guys, I'm pretty new here and searched a little while for my answer to this but didnt find exact details I was looking for. I have a 2012 250kr, it has the snow plow prep package so it sits level now. I have a set of bmf novakanes 20x9 with a 0 offset if I put a set of mickey Thompson atz 35x12.50's Will those rub? Thank you
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35x12.50 rub?

They may rub on the radius arms at full lock a little. I have 35's on stock wheels and they only rub 1 side on the radius arm at full lock and its just barely touching.


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They shouldn't rub. My 35x12.50 atzs have plenty of clearance on the stock wheels
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I would think u would be fine...lots of people run 35s and have no problems...u got a good rim so u should be good to go
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Mine rub but the wife's don't and we got the same setup pretty much
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Old 02-10-2013, 10:29 AM
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great thank you for your replies, I havent 100% decided on tires yet. Any thoughts? I really like the nitto mt but my wife drives the truck more then I do so I will probably end up getting a good all terrain like the atz to keep the tire noise down.
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Nitto Terra Graps are long lasting, low noise A/Ts...that look pretty good IMO...
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I vote Goodyear wrangler duratracs or Goodyear wrangler mtr Kevlar i have both and they are awsome the duratracs are better in snow though
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