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leveled my chevy 2500hd what size tires to run on 20in X 9 rim

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hey how is it going guys. I just leveled my chevy 2500 hd with rough country leveling kit and im trying to figure out what size tire to put on my American Racing AR901 rims they are 20in x 9. any idea? thank you.

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I just had the Congito Level installed and am running 295/70/18 Toy ATIIs on stock rims. Looks good and zero rubbing.

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I have an RC 2" level, and I'm running the ATII's as well in 295/60/R20, on stock 20" rims. They look pretty good (still look a little small on the truck to me), and no rubbing. I don't think you can go much larger without some rubbing. I posted picks in the "pictures of your 2500HD" thread.

 

 

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I went cognitive and run285/65/20

 

 

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hey how is it going guys. I just leveled my chevy 2500 hd with rough country leveling kit and im trying to figure out what size tire to put on my American Racing AR901 rims they are 20in x 9. any idea? thank you.

You've got a lot of options....as long as your new rims have a positive offset. The tallest you can probably go is a 285/65/20 (and that may be too tall, depending on your rims). The next tallest would be a 275/65/20. They should fit without any trouble. A 305/55/20 or 33x12.50x20 will be the widest tire you can fit (also depends on your new rims). A 295/60/20 should also fit, and is a nice compromise of extra height and width. If you want a wider stance, go with the 305's. If you just want a taller tire to fill out the wheel wells, then look into the 285/65 or 275/65. The 295/60/20 (around 34" tall and 11.5" wide) is right in the middle.

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