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post #1 of 5 Old 05-10-2013, 08:16 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for Bigger Tires

Guy's, I'm looking at changing out my stock tires and up sizing to 35" tires. I wanted to get your opinions on the set up. Nitto Trail Grapplers 35x12.50x18 w/XD Hostage Chrome wheels and a ICON 2.5" Stage 1 leveling kit. I don't want to raise the truck to much, just bigger tires. Let me know what you think. On a previous post I mentioned the Firestone R4 Tech kit, if I did this it would be down the road sometime.
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Sorry guy's I meant Fuel Hostage wheels
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Sounds great to me! 9" wide wheels?

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do yourself a favor and check out the hanook ATM's I've been running for 4 years on my truck still have plenty of tread left on them I'm gone across Texas 4 ,5 times in the mountains do great I've been through sand mud snow nothing stops in I even had my truck up to the floor pans with the 4 inch lift in mud nothing stopping me now great tires I can't say enough about them smooth ride quiet

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I just installed 20x9's with +18 offset and 35x12.5 toyo at 2's and they rub on my mud flaps/screws so I had to remove them until I can get a leveling kit

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