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  1. Quite a while ago, I bought a set of factory 18" rims from a midnight edition HD. I was planning to run 35x12.50x18's, but tire prices went up and some tires became hard to find. Finally, I found a good deal at my local tire shop on a set of Sumitomo Encounter AT's in 325/65/18. For those that don’t know, Falken tires are made by Sumitomo Rubber Industries Ltd. The Sumitomo Encounter AT has a lot of similarities to the Falken Wildpeak AT3W, which I ran previously and was very pleased with. The Encounter AT is a fairly aggressive all-terrain, with a 60,000 mile warranty and the 3PMS rating. The tread depth in my size is 20/32, which is about the deepest you’ll find in an all-terrain. The 325/65/18 has an overall diameter of 34.7” and a section width of 13.3”. They look huge compared to my old 285/75/17’s. My suspension is completely stock, except for a 1.5" crank (7-8 turns) on the torsion bars and shock extensions. Much to my surprise (and delight), the 325/65/18’s fit without any additional modifications. They’re really tight, but they clear. They barely rub the frame at full lock, but I'm not worried about that. I’ll probably pull back my fender liners with zip ties, for extra peace of mind. They're very close when hitting a bump while turning. They look like they belong on the truck, and I’m quite happy with them. These trucks have a very blocky/wide body style, and a bigger tire helps fill the wheel wells and improve the overall look. Here's a few pictures...
  2. I'm trying to figure out what the max tire size is I can put on stock 20s in the 33" range. I'm looking at KO2s right now which I know BFGs run a little small. What is the max I can run if I level with a 2.0" level or if I run stock suspension? I have a 2018 Sierra Crew Cab NHT with stock 20" wheels. I tried doing some searching and I think I can fit a 33 no problem but then I see other posts that just confuse me on the matter.
  3. I have a 2014 stock Silverado z71 Lt 18in rims I want to know what the biggest tire I can fit I'm not getting a level or a lift keeping it stock.... I don't care what you can fit with your leveling kit!!! This is my first post I'm pretty sure there is someone else that has asked the same thing if so lead me there.. thanks for your time
  4. New 2017 Nissan Titan XD Diesel wheels and 275-65x18 General Gripper tires on my 2015 Chevy, Raised suspension by Bulletproof Suspensions.
  5. Just bought a 2014 Yukon XL Denali which comes standard with 20" wheels. Bridgestone Dueler H/L 275/55R20 tires. I'm buying Michelin Defenders right away even though the Bridgestones only have 37,500 miles on them. The ride is just too choppy with these shallow tires. Should I buy 18" wheels to get a much taller sidewall or will just changing to the Michelins be enough?
  6. I'd like to start off by thanking you all for stopping by to read this post and helping me out...!!! This summer I plan on throwing a 6 inch lift kit from BDS onto my 2008 Silverado 1500 Ext cab 4x4. Here is a link to the kit: http://bds-suspension.com/product?ma=5&mo=1&ty=1&yr=2007-2013- But before I throw it on, I'd like to know some options I have for locking difs. I plan on running 4.56s or even 4.10 (I still haven't made my mind up yet). I am currently running stock gears which are 3.73 on 33" tires. When I do the lift her, I'd like to run 35s (maybe on 17s or 18s).. haven't decided on that either; don't know which would look better with 35s). Now, my truck has the RPO code that states it has the Eaton G80 Locker. I picked her up in early to mid October of 2014, and since owning the truck I have yet to notice the locker engage. I've been through some deep snow, ice, gravel roads, and some light mud with terrible tires and even then haven't noticed an engagement..? At this point, I'm feeling like I may not actually have a locking dif . So, I start looking briefly at some locking diffs online (one of them was the Detroit Truetrac). But I read somewhere that they don't suggest tires over 33s; reason being that the tire is too big and the locking dif won't engage. Because of that, I'm lost on what locking difs are available/ones I should consider looking into. I don't plan on beating my truck into the ground, nor do I plan on doing extreme off roading/jumping my truck. More like nice casual off-roading with some buddies, going to our fishing/hunting grounds, and exploring new areas. As well as going mudding wherever & whenever we can Appreciate any help any of you can give me. Thanks!
  7. I have my set of 18 " Factory Silverado wheels that I would like to trade + cash for 20" or 22" wheels. Mine have about 3,000 miles on them. Located in Iowa.
  8. Goodyear Wrangler SR-A 265/65R/18. 1500 miles on them. $600 OBO. I'm in Northern Michigan.
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