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I'm sure it's on here but I couldn't find it, but what is the largest tire you can put on without rubbing with stock height and 20" stock rims
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33's i believe.
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Stock they come with 34.4 tires and i have seen a ton of people running 35 on stock suspension with no problems.
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Didnt realise the stocks were that tall. Looking to get some 22's with 35's
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I have read in many places that the 295/65R20 Toyo ATIIs would fit and was the largest you could go at stock height without rubbing. I have 20x9 Mickey Thompson wheels with 0 offset and 5 backspace and mine are rubbing on the wheel well liner and are a fraction of an inch from rubbing the sheet metal on the fender near the pinch weld while turning. I trimmed the wheel well liner to clear but I am concerned the tire will contact the metal during a tight turn with the wheel stuffed. I also have a heavy steel front bumper replacement weighing the front end down a bit. I was hoping not to have to lift but I guess I will have to now.

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A 35x11.5 (and the metric equivalent) are the biggest you can go on stock without any rubbing.


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Didnt realise the stocks were that tall. Looking to get some 22's with 35's
Those will be pushed out pretty far, may rub on the front bumper at lock.

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