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Toyo Open Country MT on Factory 17" 5Spoke Wheels

I am installing a 2.5" leveling kit on Tuesday and hope to clear a 35" tire on the 2005 17" factory 5 spoke rims which I think are 8" wide. Question is, what size Toyo MTs will fit the factory 17" x 8" rim and come close to 35" in height? I'm worried the 35 x 12.50 x 17 are too wide for the factory rim. Anyone running this combo?
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Here's the results! The Toyo 35 x 12.50 x 17 Open Country MT's worked out perfect! I'm pleased. Now I just need to clean her up and take some pics in daylight.



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More pics, man. What kit did you use, and did you do anything for the rear? Looks great!!!
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More pics, man. What kit did you use, and did you do anything for the rear? Looks great!!!
Here's some pics in daylight and cleaned up a bit. I got the lift from Ebay, Newton Lifts. It's 2.5" spacers in front and 2" blocks in rear. Great kit! Quality is awesome. Would definitely recommend.





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Your factory 17" wheels are 7.5" wide. Still works and looks great...

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