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post #1 of 9 Old 10-09-2012, 12:41 PM Thread Starter
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315's on stock 17" wheel?

Looking into getting new tires for the truck and was wondering if a 315/70/17 would fit on my stock rim which is only 7.5" wide? Any input and pics is appreciated.

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Fits fine. Ran 315/70/17s on stockers for 70k miles


Heres my truck on 315s with a leveling kit

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Did you have a lift? Was there any rubbing?
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He used a level kit.

Can you use stock rims...yes but the truck will not handle as well as wider rims would.
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Thank you. The leveling kit is that just on the front? If so how hard is that to put on?
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It looks like he just used a front.

What year is your truck..filling out your sig would help with questions..

How hard...for the majority its easy some its hard....depends on the individual.
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2" level kits for the '05 up's are easy 1 day install...PM me if I can help.
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