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275/60/R20 no lift rub or not?
wurgs posted a topic in Wheels, Tires, & TPMSI'm looking to replace the crappy stock Goodyears and would like to up size without lifting. Those of you that have 275/60/R20 or 285/55/R20 tires with no lift, do you rub or not? Looking through other threads seems like some do some don't. Please post if they rub and what tires you went with.
More of a rant, just surprised at the total lack of options for a 33” tire that isn’t SL 4 ply or heavy ass E load tire. My half ton truck has zero need for an load tire and the heavy unsprung weight that accompanies it, but I want a bit more off road protection and load range than an SL tire, but very few all terrain options in the middle category for either a 275/60r20 stock size.
2014 Post-level (2.5 front, 2.25 rear, 275/60R20 AT3W)
RS B posted a gallery image in Fullsize Light-Duty Trucks
From the album: Post Level2014 1500 SLT Z71, 20" stock wheels, struts and shocks (Rancho); generic front 2.5" strut top spacers, Rough Country forged upper control arms, Moog control bar bushings, AC Delco control bar connectors, generic 3/16" hub-centric front wheel spacers, ReadyLift 2.25" rear blocks, 275/60R20 Falken AT3W
Hi All, I'm deciding on tires & would love any of your thoughts. I have a 2015 Silverado with 2.25" front level & 3" rear blocks (removed the 1.25" blocks). I'm leaning toward the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 for the Snow/ice traction (Please, Let me know if you agree or disagree for any reason). I'm also deciding on the size. I know 275/60R20 32.99" tall will fit. I would like to know if I can go up to 275/65r20 34.07" tall? Both sizes are 10.83" wide on stock 20" rims. Has anyone done this with a similar lift?
Looking for some all terrain tires
tmacha12 posted a topic in Wheels, Tires, & TPMSIve been wanting some all terrain tires for my truck, I ordered a 2" leveling kit which ill install pretty soon Ive been looking at the cooper zeon ltz and the nitto terra grapplers, I don't want to stray too far from the stock tire size(275/55r20).. Any suggestions? I just don't know what's really going to look the best, I've seen both done before just not on the stock rim which I'm planning on keeping This is my truck right now without the level