With the wheels cranked, the edge of the felt wheel liner in the corner, it’s mild. I read guys either zip tie them back, or cut some out with a razor blade. It’s only like the bottom inch or two where it hangs down, I haven’t even done cause it doesn’t bother me, only notice it cranking around in a mall parking lot or grocery store.
I haven’t recalibrated the speedo, it’s only 5 mph off. I always play with my vehicles, so I came into this one “I’m going to leave it stock/reliable and just enjoy it.” Just over a year later and I couldn’t resist.
They rubbed a bit on my Husky flaps, so I had to thin this out where they mounted. The rubbing now is on the felt wheel well liner. It’s not even bad, so I haven’t done anything about it. But an easy fix from what I’ve read, zip tie it back some, or cut some of the corner out with a razor blade. I love the size.
You already know my answer lol, but whatever fits your needs. My truck is a pavement princess and love the 285/65s. The shorter sidewall and narrower tire would be more inline with mileage. Anything bigger than stock looks good though.
Some rub on the wheel well liners, easily fixed from what I've seen. Zip tie them back to cut some out with a razor blade. I had to thin the Husky flaps, most the rub was with those. I almost went with the Pepperdust! Like I said above, some rub, simple fixes. Tires are only a week old and I'm on the same tank of gas, no mileage calcs yet. I went with these because I read a lot and kept coming back based on what people were saying about them. Plus they look good! Haven't touched the speedo yet, off about 5 mph give or take.
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