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295/65R20


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1 hour ago, bharris515 said:

Anyone know for sure if 295/65R20 will fit on stock Sierra AT4 HD? Nitto's site says that measure 35.12x11.77. Stock tires measure 34.09x10.98. Seems like there'd be enough room but don't want to chance them rubbing. Anyone have same size on here??

I have seen at least one truck so far on here with that size.  He said they clear with room to spare.  Another has aftermarket rims with 35" tires and a +18 offset that clear stock.  I just ordered some new rims and tires that will be going on early next week.  I went with 295/65/20 so will know first hand.  Based on what I've read, that size should easily fit with stock rims.

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1 hour ago, bharris515 said:

Anyone know for sure if 295/65R20 will fit on stock Sierra AT4 HD? Nitto's site says that measure 35.12x11.77. Stock tires measure 34.09x10.98. Seems like there'd be enough room but don't want to chance them rubbing. Anyone have same size on here??

Yes I do, 295/65-20 Michelin Defenders

They run nowhere, no mods.

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6 minutes ago, powerhaulic said:

 check my post history, don't have a good enough connection to upload this morning

Ok thanks. Do you think ridge grapplers in the same size would be fine? I see yours are street tires. Wasn't sure if the more aggressive grip would make a difference?

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4 hours ago, bharris515 said:

Ok thanks. Do you think ridge grapplers in the same size would be fine? I see yours are street tires. Wasn't sure if the more aggressive grip would make a difference?

I have 295/60/20 Nitto G2's on +10 wheels that clear with no mods.  I'm going to 295/65/20 on +18's.  I think the ridge Grapplers should clear no problem on stock wheels bsed on how my current setup looks.

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8 hours ago, bharris515 said:

Anyone know for sure if 295/65R20 will fit on stock Sierra AT4 HD? Nitto's site says that measure 35.12x11.77. Stock tires measure 34.09x10.98. Seems like there'd be enough room but don't want to chance them rubbing. Anyone have same size on here??

I have 295/60 r20 tires on my truck, no issues at all.

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I currently have Chrome 20" with +10 offset and 295/60/20 Nitto G2's.  I thought the 295/60's looked a tad too small but a larger tire won't clear with +10's. I'm putting on black 20" XD's next week with a +18 offset with 295/65/20 G2's. Based on what I've read here and by looking at my truck I'm thinking they'll just clear.  I'll update after they're on.

 

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I got the XD’s on today.  Leaving everything stock the 295/65/20 rubbed more than I like.  Went with 285/65/20 G2’s and they barely JUST touch at full lock in reverse.  Wheels are 20x9 +18

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6 hours ago, CRApex said:

I got the XD’s on today.  Leaving everything stock the 295/65/20 rubbed more than I like.  Went with 285/65/20 G2’s and they barely JUST touch at full lock in reverse.  Wheels are 20x9 +18

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Beautiful setup. Did you get the wheels from Tire Rack? I want to get a set of winter tires / wheels and wondering if the tire pressure monitors are hard to sync up? 

 

I just picked up a white AT4 with the Duramax, love the truck. 

 

 

 

 

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