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Hey y'all I have a 2004 Silverado 2500hd, finally got her lifted to the size I wanted. Current tire size is stock had 305s on 17s prior to the lift was thinking I could squeeze some 35s and a 17 wheel I don't mind the tires sticking out a bit but I also remember the 33s rubbed at first until I leveled it out.. any suggestions? Pics? Lmk what you think or experienced before making your decisions. Thank yallun advance!
So before y'all start with the "have you tried search?", I have looked and looked but cannot find the exact info I need. I also do not fully understand offsets/fitments - hence my asking the community and wanting an answer to my exact question/setup. I have a 2014 Crew Cab 4WD with a 2.5" RC level kit. I am looking to put 18x9 Fuel Couplers on my truck in either -12 or +1 offset, but am curious about fitment and look of each, and what tire size would be best. I do not want to have any rubbing or cutting involved. From what I've seen, a 285/60/18 is the way to go, but again, I do not understand offsets/fitments so I am looking for advice. Anyone currently running a set up like this? Is something like a 275/65/18 the better route? Any and all advice is appreciate - pics are helpful as well to get an idea of how they'll turn out.