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Hey, first post just got my 2018 S1500 4x4 LTZ71 and have been scouring this thread/forum for very helpful information.  What is the consensus on 285-55 R20??  Prob a 2.5 inch leveling kit...  Would I have any rubbing?  Thanks!!

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2015 Chevy

18x9 Fuel Mavericks +1 offset

305/65/18 Falken Wildpeak AT/3s

2.5” motofab up front. Still need to install the 2” blocks in back

No rubbing issues. 

 

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Alright guys, time for some new tires. I currently have the following setup:

 

2014 Sierra 1500

2" RC Level

20x9 0 offset LRG wheels

305/55/20 Nitto Terra Grappler G2's

 

Would really like a tad skinnier / slightly taller tire but not sure if it will fit, limiting factor being the offset. 

 

1st choice: 295/60/20 Cooper AT3 XLT

 

2nd Choice is a toss up between same size I have now and the 285-60-20 Cooper AT3 XLT

 

None of the Cooper dealers have the 295/60-20 in stock so I can't see if they'll fit. 

 

Any thoughts? I know it will be really close as the 305 slightly rubs the carpet liner now on the very edge of the tire. Not sure if since the 295 is skinnier if it will rub because of the height vs width. Racked my brain on this for a while so forgive me if this is a stupid question.

 

Thanks in advance! 

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Alright guys, time for some new tires. I currently have the following setup:

 

2014 Sierra 1500

2" RC Level

20x9 0 offset LRG wheels

305/55/20 Nitto Terra Grappler G2's

 

Would really like a tad skinnier / slightly taller tire but not sure if it will fit, limiting factor being the offset. 

 

1st choice: 295/60/20 Cooper AT3 XLT

 

2nd Choice is a toss up between same size I have now and the 285-60-20 Cooper AT3 XLT

 

None of the Cooper dealers have the 295/60-20 in stock so I can't see if they'll fit. 

 

Any thoughts? I know it will be really close as the 305 slightly rubs the carpet liner now on the very edge of the tire. Not sure if since the 295 is skinnier if it will rub because of the height vs width. Racked my brain on this for a while so forgive me if this is a stupid question.

 

Thanks in advance! 

 

Welp, went with the 295/60’s, hope they fit! 1be7bcd6c1823bb55aeeac511383cb43.jpgeebf766b48cc96c0fe3c722e94fa0340.jpg

 

 

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