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Can I fit 35" tires on 18" stock rims??


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I purchase 18" stock rims for my 2003 Silverado 1500. I'm curious what's the closest tire to a 35" that would fit on 18" rims

 

Would 35x12.5 R18 Fit??

 

I currently have 35" x 12.5 x R20 with 6" rough country lift kit.. 

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On 10/21/2021 at 12:52 PM, Jennifer e Lynch said:

I have 18 in rims with 35s on back wheels . Depends on lift and other factors . Mine rubbed on front with a stock 3 in lift

right now i have 35x12.5 R20 with 6" lift kit.. after trimming the bumper still rubs a little... I bought  the OEM rims for the winter time and I'm looking to buy tires.. i wasn't sure if 35x12.5 R18 would fit

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I would get a 35/10.5 or a 35/11.5 if they make them instead of the wider 12.5 just so they hopefully don't rub.

 

Or better yet just run a 285/75/18 size. That is 34.8in and only 11in wide, that should be just fine.

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20 hours ago, Mike05 said:

right now i have 35x12.5 R20 with 6" lift kit.. after trimming the bumper still rubs a little... I bought  the OEM rims for the winter time and I'm looking to buy tires.. i wasn't sure if 35x12.5 R18 would fit

 

Why wouldn't they?  You are already running a 35 x 12.5 tire, only the offset will be different and likely tuck the tire in reducing the chance of rubbing.  Make sure your RC lift specifies a minimum wheel diameter and or offset/backspacing to clear the knuckle.

 

My Zone 6.5 lift works with 18x9 TIS wheels on 35s

 

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