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Okay, I'll post pics next week, after much consideration, I'm going this route next week:

-Cooper Discoverer AT3, 275/60/R20

-Rancho 9000 in front

-Bilstein 5100 in back

 

Last chance to convince me otherwise

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I'm in... Man I need some new pics if rain would stop messing up my truck ha   305/65 18x9.-12  

Mounted!     18-inch Method Mesh wheels, 275/70/18 BFG All Terrain tires, and a 2.5-inch RC level (front only). Zero rubbing, zero road noise, nice traction on and off road, and no wobbly street

Fuel Maverick 20x9 +20 Nitto Trail Grappler 295/55R20 Rough Country 2.5" Leveling Kit No rubbing or trimming        

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I like the look. That to me seems like the best size tire for a RCX 2.5".

Just installed 2.5" RC level and 275/65/20 Toyo Open Country AT II tires on stock 20" all terrains.

 

I do have rubbing on the carpet wheel liner on both sides but will fix that today.

 

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2.5 level with method mesh wheels with toyo open country rt's. Love themfa5533a6b9668ca3eb35b7869d31db65.jpg6c1d0e089493f7c7da87dba6a4d66a36.jpg96b86bff94c065d99ff33b54e25ccc46.jpg0eabdf56bb738ba787e7cdab82b1d680.jpg

 

 

Perfect set up![emoji106] 18s on 33x12.50s?

 

 

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2.5 level with method mesh wheels with toyo open country rt's. Love themfa5533a6b9668ca3eb35b7869d31db65.jpg6c1d0e089493f7c7da87dba6a4d66a36.jpg96b86bff94c065d99ff33b54e25ccc46.jpg0eabdf56bb738ba787e7cdab82b1d680.jpg

 

 

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Looks great, what offset?

 

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-12 If I remember correctly

 

Figured it was probably a negative offset, as they poke out as much as mine do with the 1.5" spacer (which essentially has me at -12 as well). So, we're sitting in the same position, but you have a wider tire.

 

Any rub on the carpet or flaps at full lock in reverse?

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Figured it was probably a negative offset, as they poke out as much as mine do with the 1.5" spacer (which essentially has me at -12 as well). So, we're sitting in the same position, but you have a wider tire.

 

Any rub on the carpet or flaps at full lock in reverse?

Yeah just a little bit of rubbing at full lock. barely ever happens though or at least I've been careful enough to not do it haha :lol:

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Yeah just a little bit of rubbing at full lock. barely ever happens though or at least I've been careful enough to not do it haha :lol:

 

Right on, exactly the same for me. Thanks for the clarification. Just wanted to know for my next tires, if I decide to do 305/55/20, shouldn't get much worse.

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Alright buys help me out i have a 2015 all terrain c03db15d6dc012866d4a01294a545555.jpg

 

Iv got the dealer installed 2.5inch level not sure brand it brought the back up an inch with the front.. I have factory tires and wheels and want some 20x9 with a 0 offset and im hoping to throw on some 275/65/20 bfg ko2 tires.. What's your guys thought will I have issues running that set up? And how much of a difference will my mpg be going from the 265/65/18 hwy tire witch actually gets amazing millage on my 5.3 to that set up.. That's for the help

 

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Lots of info in the wheel and tire thread, and level thread, to help you with this.

 

People say 275/65/20 won't rub with a level, but that is stock offset. Being you're pushed out an inch if you go with +0, you might rub a little on the felt liner, but you can pull that back some if you cut it.

 

it'll be minimal most likely though, if it rubs at all.

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