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Falken at3w's 275/60-20

Method Race The Standard 20x9's

 

Installing Friday, just in time for the Chicagoland NASCAR races!

 

 

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Man, that's gonna look awesome! Can't wait for pics!

 

I was gonna choose the Falkens but they the 305/55/20 are a heavy tire, they're 71 pounds.

Don't make a 295 unfortunately

 

 

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Before and after:

Method Race The Standards 20x9 18mm offset

Falken AT3W 275/60r20

2" leveling kit (installed in both pictures)

 

No rubbing!

 

 

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Add a leveling kit and you can run 295/70R17s

 

It's not a huge expense, rides fine and if you don't you'll always wish you had done it and gotten bigger tires.

 

The NV's really look awesome with 285 or 295s on them.

295s on 0mm offset with a level will rub doing anything but straight highway driving.

 

 

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Before and after:

Method Race The Standards 20x9 18mm offset

Falken AT3W 275/60r20

2" leveling kit (installed in both pictures)

 

No rubbing!

 

 

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Day & night difference! Looks awesome!

 

 

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That's a nice set-up man. See the wheels are 17's, what are you running from a level/life perspective ?

 

 

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Thank you! I ran with a 2.5 block lift in the front only. Left the rear stock. Life perspective no sure their? Lol

 

 

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Thank you! I ran with a 2.5 block lift in the front only. Left the rear stock. Life perspective no sure their? Lol

 

 

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Man you're truck is so nice I wanted you to share your life's guiding principals so I could model them.

 

Actually, it's just a typo. Should have been level/lift.

 

 

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295s on 0mm offset with a level will rub doing anything but straight highway driving.

 

 

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Plenty of people on here running them to tell otherwise.

 

 

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Plenty of people on here running them to tell otherwise.

 

 

Yes they all claim "minimal". I had them and swapped down to 285. Still rubs the mud flaps at 2.5".

 

 

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Plenty of people on here running them to tell otherwise.

 

 

Yes they all claim "minimal". I had them and swapped down to 285. Still rubs the mud flaps at 2.5".

 

 

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Tire brand/tread matter for sure. I have 275/60R20 and everyone swore they wouldn't rub with a level (some people even said they wouldn't rub without the level).

 

My duratracs rubbed the carpet liner...

 

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Tire brand/tread matter for sure. I have 275/60R20 and everyone swore they wouldn't rub with a level (some people even said they wouldn't rub without the level).

 

My duratracs rubbed the carpet liner...

 

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I'm actually surprised by that. I have tires taller than that (same width) and mine dont rub now with a level and didn't rub before either.

 

but i'm not running duratracs.

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It's not necessarily the tire size but the corner lugs you need to look at. Some tires round in before starting the lugs and some start on the side wall. Typically a more aggressive tire will have the lugs starting from the sidewall which can rub. It's a major difference between a passenger/AT tire and an MT tire like the Duratrac.

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Got my new rims and tires put on. 295/70/17 ridge grapplers on Method mesh 0 offset. Haven't had any rubbing

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Got my new rims and tires put on. 295/70/17 ridge grapplers on Method mesh 0 offset. Haven't had any rubbing

What is your lift set-up?

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