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Can I fit 295/70/18 with 9” Wheels and -12 offset


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Just wondering if anyone with the trailboss 2” suspension lift that comes standard has been able to run 9” rims with a -12 offset with 295/70/18 tires and not have much rub?

I just ordered the rims to get some poke after putting on fender flares, I’m thinking I’ll get almost 2” with the new set up opposed to the current duratracs tires (275/65/18) and 8.5” factory rims...but it will still just come flush... hoping to get a little bit of poke and a slightly taller tire. Can anyone help? 

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Think you will have some rubbing issues. I have the trailboss lift with a level on my LTZ, and I have 295/70/18 on a 0 offset and it slightly rubs at full lock in reverse. 

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7 hours ago, BravesZ71 said:

Think you will have some rubbing issues. I have the trailboss lift with a level on my LTZ, and I have 295/70/18 on a 0 offset and it slightly rubs at full lock in reverse. 

Thanks that is helpful! Did you have to use a special level kit for the trailboss? I’ve read of some wearing out the ball joints etc pretty quick if they just got the level kit for chevs without the trailboss lift. 

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