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Time for new tires. These will fit...right....


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2015, 2inch front only Rough country Level.  Running Wildpeak at3s and love them.    

 

I think my 275/60/20s still look a bit too skinny.....so  275/65r20 seems like a logical step.   I remember reading this fits my built with maybe a touch of rub only in reverse at full turn.

 

I think the 34 inch tire will look so much better!!

 

Thanks for your input.   Open to suggestions for other sizes that would fit without changing suspension.

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FWIW - just got a set of Toyo AT3 35x11.5r20's on a 2015 Chevy Silverado with just a 2.5 RC Leveling kit and no rubbing at full lock in either direction.  Some minor liner trimming was done as a precaution when installed but still think it clears regardless of that.  A modern day miracle.  

 

 

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