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RBP 95R w/ Terra Grapplers

I want to put 20x10 95Rs on my 04 250. Can I run this wheel with terra graplers in a 275/65/20 without rubbing? Any advice would be great.
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Don't know how tall that is (i'm not good at figuring out the numbers) but the width won't be an issue. I have 285's on mine with no rubbing and no level or lift kit, but they're only 33s. I think you should be able to run 35s okay with a level kit. Seems like a narrow tire for a 20" wheel though. I'd try for some 305s or 315s. just me tho

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you should be able to find a tire size chart online somewhere... google it. you can run up to a 33 without rubbing and 35 you will need the leveling kit for it.

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It says they will sit 34 high. can i do that without a leveling kit. also the wheel comes in three offsets. o, -10, -25. which would fit the best?
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i cant remember which one fits best. then most likely they will rub i know my 285s (33s) are close to rubbing now. your truck will look killer if you level her out with the wheel and tire size you have in mind

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