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After going back and forth between 295/70r18s and 275/70r18s I finally pulled the trigger and went with 295/70's in a Cooper AT3 XLT, happy with the decision. 

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2 hours ago, Daly said:

After going back and forth between 295/70r18s and 275/70r18s I finally pulled the trigger and went with 295/70's in a Cooper AT3 XLT, happy with the decision. 

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Looks nice!!! I ready to take my truck into my buddy’s shop and get some tires of same size put on. Reminds, I’ll have to do a before and after pic.

 

Any modifications like trimming or lift?

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Had my friend mount some Toyo Open Country RTs 295/70/18s. They look great! Feels and sounds better than the stock Goodyear Duratracs.

 

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On 3/31/2019 at 11:20 PM, Leevon said:

275/70r18 BFG K02's on 1.75" spacers.  Slight rub on reverse at full turn, not enough to do anything about.  

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Question about the tires…Are they noticeably taller than the stock Duratracs?  How’s the ride, any complaints?  I have an appointment to get the same thing installed tomorrow.  Beginning to have second thoughts about not going with a bigger size, but I’ve always had good luck with the KO2s.

 

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On 10/21/2019 at 10:57 AM, xAISxCR34M said:

I was able to fit 295/70r18 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on the stock wheels. No rubbing what’s so over. They fit perfectly.

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Don't know if you're still following this, but this looks great.  How is it with the Ridge Grapplers and the 295s on stock left and rims?  Any problems?  No rubbing, not even in reverse? It almost looks like it has been leveled.

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Anyone had success with running a 295/70R18 with 18x9 0 offset wheels on stock suspension Trail Boss? Would prefer no rub, and I’m cool with doing mud flap mod/mild trimming. Thanks! 

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6 hours ago, clocke said:

Anyone had success with running a 295/70R18 with 18x9 0 offset wheels on stock suspension Trail Boss? Would prefer no rub, and I’m cool with doing mud flap mod/mild trimming. Thanks! 

Yeah I ran the Method 309s 18x9 zero offset with Falken Wildpeaks 295/70/18 and all that was rubbing was the mudflap so I took it off. But now I have a level kit as well just to make it look even. 

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Put on Mickey Thompson Baja Boss A/T 295/70R18 on the stock wheels the other day.  Look great and are really aggressive, which I like... Put they do rub just ever so slightly at full lock.  And that's leveled and with 1.25" spacers.

 

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