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I bought a Silverado a few years ago and finally need new tires.  My current tire is 255/70r17, but these tires are $100 more per tire than 265/70r17.  I've been getting different answers so figured I'd ask here.  Can I purchase the 265/70r17s and have them installed in place of the 255s?

 

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7 hours ago, joejoe11 said:

I bought a Silverado a few years ago and finally need new tires.  My current tire is 255/70r17, but these tires are $100 more per tire than 265/70r17.  I've been getting different answers so figured I'd ask here.  Can I purchase the 265/70r17s and have them installed in place of the 255s?

 

Thanks

I can't think of an issue which would preclude the change.
If you want to check out tire sizing, I recommend this site.
https://tiresize.com/comparison/

 

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