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By Michael Alexis
I understand there are lots of tire threads on here as I have been through most of them on this forum, I am simply looking for anybody who might be running 285/65/18 Cooper Discoverer XLT's on a non leveled completely stock 14-18 Silverado?
The tire size is only slightly bigger than what would be on the 285/45/22 option Chevy offers in these years so I am just looking to see if there is anyone out there who can confirm this setup would work.
I know there must already be a topic out there floating around about this but I figured I would ask. I am currently running a 2" RC level on a 2016 All-Terrain with the stock 20 "All-Terrain rims and have been looking at tires. I want a little more ground clearance on the truck too. I was hoping to run a 34" but then I am curious as how a leveled will look with a 34" tire. Does anyone have that or is running that? If so can you post a picture. Secondly if it won't fit I was thinking about throwing a 4" LIFT in and running a 34". Does anyone have any experience with that? Or running that setup? Any tips or information is helpful. Thank you in advance!
Hello... new to the forum.
Got a quick question: I have a 2017 stock Silverado 1500 LS crew cab and I'm looking to upgrade my wheels and tires. I was wondering if Nitto Ridge Grappler 285/55/r20 (wheels will be +18 offset) will fit my truck WITHOUT a leveling kit?
Hey yall i am a new Chevy 2018 1500 owner recently separated from my GTI and past ford truck owner, i am currently running 285/70/17s on stock wheels and am curious what the biggest size tire i could run once i get a leveling kit and spacers? i have plans to change out the wheels and as well as other mods.
I have a 2010 Sierra 1500 that sits on 285/70r17 tires on 17in×7 1/2in factory wheels. I'm getting ready to install the RoughCountry 2in leveling struts. I also have a set of 17in×9in wheels with -12 offset.
Here's my question, what size tires can I put on the 17×9 wheels that look right, feel right and, most importantly, not affect the speedometer, odometer or TPMS?
Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
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