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royalkangaroo

Who runs 285/55/20 Toyo AT2s?

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I'm in a perpetual tire search and am thinking about going 285/55/20 AT2s. Just curious on feedback for those who have em. My only concerns are weight vs 275/60/20, and fitment. (Thinking about bilstein 5100 on 3rd setting for ~1.25" of lift) Also looking at 20x9 wheels with +14 or +1 offset.

 

I had P-rated AT2s on my last Silverado and loved em.

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I am looking at tires as well since I want a nice set of ATs on the truck. I looked at the 285/55, but they are god awful expensive, it seems to be an oddball size. The 275/60/20 is much cheaper, more options, won't be hard to find in a pinch, and I imagine the size difference is negligible between the 285 and 275 with the sidewall difference. IMO I'd opt for the 275/60/20, that is what my research into AT tires has lead me to, for something that is a bit bigger, but priced well.

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I'm running the 275/60/20 AT2s on my truck, I've been happy with them but wished I'd have went with something wider. Thinking of switching to the Nitto Ridge Grapplers next.

 

 

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