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SOTA R.E.P.R. 6 Stealth wheels, 20x9 - 5.5" BS, with MT 35" ATZ tires. Wish I could get a 37" tire to fit in there,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How do you like those Mickey's? I am thinking about getting them in a 33X12.5R20

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Do you have LT/E Load tires? That would be the blame, especially if the PSI it too high.

 

I went from 275/60/20 to 285/70/17 and thought the ride was softer with the 17s once I had the PSI dialed in.

 

 

Load range and tire pressure. And the lighter wheels react to road surfaces more readily

 

 

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That's another thing: it is insane to me that we can't reset the TPMS on these trucks from the driver's seat controls. I still have to do it for these wheels & tires. Probably going to buy my own device because I will lose my f*cking mind when my dealer tries to pinch me for $50 for them to do it.

 

Yes, the new tires are load range E. The 275/55-20 KO2s were D rated and I ran them at 50psi per BFGoodrich recommendations. I'll play around with the PSI on the new tires and see if that helps the ride. Based on what guys in these forums are saying, load range E tires are probably best run at close to 50psi, as well, but some have gone as low as 40psi and reported no issues. I just tend to trust what the manufacturer's R&D has shown to work best.

 

Thanks for the help!

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I run about 46 up front and 45 in the rear, cold psi. I found this to be a nice sweet spot.

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That's another thing: it is insane to me that we can't reset the TPMS on these trucks from the driver's seat controls. I still have to do it for these wheels & tires. Probably going to buy my own device because I will lose my f*cking mind when my dealer tries to pinch me for $50 for them to do it.

 

Yes, the new tires are load range E. The 275/55-20 KO2s were D rated and I ran them at 50psi per BFGoodrich recommendations. I'll play around with the PSI on the new tires and see if that helps the ride. Based on what guys in these forums are saying, load range E tires are probably best run at close to 50psi, as well, but some have gone as low as 40psi and reported no issues. I just tend to trust what the manufacturer's R&D has shown to work best.

 

Thanks for the help!

I am pretty sure if you follow this, then you can reset your TPMS and they will learn the new set up:

 

The TPMS sensor matching process is outlined below:

 

1. Set the parking brake.

2. Turn the ignition switch to ON/RUN with the

engine off.

3. Press the Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)

transmitter's LOCK and UNLOCK buttons at the

same time for approximately five seconds. The

horn sounds twice to signal the receiver is in

relearn mode and TIRE LEARNING ACTIVE

message displays on the DIC screen.

If your vehicle does not have RKE, press the

Driver Information Center (DIC) vehicle information

button until the PRESS V TO RELEARN TIRE

POSITIONS message displays. The horn sounds

twice to signal the receiver is in relearn mode and

TIRE LEARNING ACTIVE message displays on

the DIC screen.

If your vehicle does not have RKE or DIC buttons,

press the trip odometer reset stem located on the

instrument panel cluster until the PRESS V TO

RELEARN TIRE POSITIONS message displays.

The horn sounds twice to signal the receiver is in

relearn mode and TIRE LEARNING ACTIVE

message displays on the DIC screen.

4. Start with the driver side front tire.

5. Remove the valve cap from the valve cap stem.

Activate the TPMS sensor by increasing or

decreasing the tire's air pressure for five seconds,

or until a horn chirp sounds. The horn chirp, which

may take up to 30 seconds to sound, confirms that

the sensor identification code has been matched to

this tire and wheel position.

6. Proceed to the passenger side front tire, and

repeat the procedure in Step 5.

7. Proceed to the passenger side rear tire, and repeat

the procedure in Step 5.

8. Proceed to the driver side rear tire, and repeat the

procedure in Step 5. The horn sounds two times to

indicate the sensor identification code has been

matched to the driver side rear tire, and that the

TPMS sensor matching process is no longer

active. The TIRE LEARNING ACTIVE message on

the DIC display screen goes off.

9. Turn the ignition switch to LOCK/OFF.

10. Set all four tires to the recommended air pressure

level as indicated on the Tire and Loading

Information label.

11. Put the valve caps back on the valve stems.

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I am pretty sure if you follow this, then you can reset your TPMS and they will learn the new set up:

 

The TPMS sensor matching process is outlined below:

 

1. Set the parking brake.

2. Turn the ignition switch to ON/RUN with the

engine off.

3. Press the Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)

transmitter's LOCK and UNLOCK buttons at the

same time for approximately five seconds. The

horn sounds twice to signal the receiver is in

relearn mode and TIRE LEARNING ACTIVE

message displays on the DIC screen.

If your vehicle does not have RKE, press the

Driver Information Center (DIC) vehicle information

button until the PRESS V TO RELEARN TIRE

POSITIONS message displays. The horn sounds

twice to signal the receiver is in relearn mode and

TIRE LEARNING ACTIVE message displays on

the DIC screen.

If your vehicle does not have RKE or DIC buttons,

press the trip odometer reset stem located on the

instrument panel cluster until the PRESS V TO

RELEARN TIRE POSITIONS message displays.

The horn sounds twice to signal the receiver is in

relearn mode and TIRE LEARNING ACTIVE

message displays on the DIC screen.

4. Start with the driver side front tire.

5. Remove the valve cap from the valve cap stem.

Activate the TPMS sensor by increasing or

decreasing the tire's air pressure for five seconds,

or until a horn chirp sounds. The horn chirp, which

may take up to 30 seconds to sound, confirms that

the sensor identification code has been matched to

this tire and wheel position.

6. Proceed to the passenger side front tire, and

repeat the procedure in Step 5.

7. Proceed to the passenger side rear tire, and repeat

the procedure in Step 5.

8. Proceed to the driver side rear tire, and repeat the

procedure in Step 5. The horn sounds two times to

indicate the sensor identification code has been

matched to the driver side rear tire, and that the

TPMS sensor matching process is no longer

active. The TIRE LEARNING ACTIVE message on

the DIC display screen goes off.

9. Turn the ignition switch to LOCK/OFF.

10. Set all four tires to the recommended air pressure

level as indicated on the Tire and Loading

Information label.

11. Put the valve caps back on the valve stems.

What I found on this forum is that the procedure outlined above works only on trucks 2012 and older. 2013s and up require a re-learn device.

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What I found on this forum is that the procedure outlined above works only on trucks 2012 and older. 2013s and up require a re-learn device.

Ahh ok, damn. I have not had to do mine yet, just had the dealer install and mount my tires....was not aware you need a tool to DIY. That is ridiculous.

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Anxiously awaiting these guys to show up from custom offsets!

 

 

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Also about to order through these guys how long did shipping take?

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Also about to order through these guys how long did shipping take?

Had the lug nuts within two days and the wheels the following week, I've been really impressed with them and their customer service so far. They'll contact you via text and email as soon as you order.

 

 

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Also about to order through these guys how long did shipping take?

I just order threw them A + one of my rims where f up... they emailed me pictures of it. Said they would get another rim or give me 2 years coverage form damage instead of 1 year I said new rim please... in all they where at my place in 2 weeks could've been 1 week if there wasn't any problems... would definitely recommend them.5f9538ce573ee2cf1362378702e20bb1.jpg008fc377f71ebf56cf260c7fb9f9dd8d.jpg

 

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Got the new wheels installed today, love the look! Method Mayhem Warriors 20x9 0 offset, Toyo Open Country AT II 275/60/R20, with Bilsteins at top setting. 7f556508ce7be33e20024a19a38850cc.jpgfc028657e2c6f6dfa8d6e470685e11cb.jpge4d10e667e83b77992c102585407db76.jpged6e86ede7f0aeff3bed9f07283cc296.jpg2a0909d69d590d23d65bff215649b16a.jpg

 

 

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OK,

 

So I am about to pull the trigger on a new setup but hesitating with the tire size.

 

I am completely aware that either way, there is probably going to be some trimming needed but I am looking for some experience here.

 

I am only on a 2" level. (willing to do 1.5" body if needed)

 

The rims I am purchasing are a 20X10 w/ -19 Offset.

 

Tire choices are as follows:

 

 

295/55r20 (ridge Grappler, 32.76 X 12.17)

33X12.5

305/55/20 (33.5 X 12.4)

 

Which one will cause the least issues? Common sense tells me the 295's but who knows.

 

I have searched this thread as well as others online over and over again and it seems some people run these without rub or just a minor trim job, others say no damn way.

 

Please PLEASE provide some sound advice. Thank you.

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I would say you will have to do a body lift. I run a 20x12 -44 offset with 2 inch level and 33x12.5 tire and even with major cutting I still rub. I will eventually do a 3" lift on the truck that should solve my problem.

 

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I would say you will have to do a body lift. I run a 20x12 -44 offset with 2 inch level and 33x12.5 tire and even with major cutting I still rub. I will eventually do a 3" lift on the truck that should solve my problem.

 

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That extra -25 offset and 2 inches on the wheel could be the issue though.

 

Never thought this would be so difficult lol. Customoffsets.com website there are so many running a 20X10 on a level...most say either no trimming or minor trimming.....I wonder if they are real or not lol.

 

I am willing to do some minor plastic trimming.....but no metal .

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OK,

 

So I am about to pull the trigger on a new setup but hesitating with the tire size.

 

I am completely aware that either way, there is probably going to be some trimming needed but I am looking for some experience here.

 

I am only on a 2" level. (willing to do 1.5" body if needed)

 

The rims I am purchasing are a 20X10 w/ -19 Offset.

 

Tire choices are as follows:

 

 

295/55r20 (ridge Grappler, 32.76 X 12.17)

33X12.5

305/55/20 (33.5 X 12.4)

 

Which one will cause the least issues? Common sense tells me the 295's but who knows.

 

I have searched this thread as well as others online over and over again and it seems some people run these without rub or just a minor trim job, others say no damn way.

 

Please PLEASE provide some sound advice. Thank you.

I'm running 295/55R20 Ridge Grapplers on a 2.25" level with MINOR rubbing at full lock on the carpeted fender wells. I could just zip tie it back and it will fix it but I'm just lazy. I just don't turn it to full lock. I'm sure the 1/4" extra lift I have over a 2" isn't that big of a difference. I'd just go with 295/55R20 if I were you. Body lifts are also a pain to install for what you really get out of them. You also have that gap at your hitch and sometimes your tow hooks have to be removed and relocated. Just not worth it in my opinion.

 

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That extra -25 offset and 2 inches on the wheel could be the issue though.

 

Never thought this would be so difficult lol. Customoffsets.com website there are so many running a 20X10 on a level...most say either no trimming or minor trimming.....I wonder if they are real or not lol.

 

I am willing to do some minor plastic trimming.....but no metal .

That's where I got all of my information from and it said the same thing, minor trimming that's why I went with the set up. I'm hitting front and rear even after metal trim.

 

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