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Will 285/70/17's mounted on a 17x9 wheel fit on the Silverados?

 

Anyone here have this setup? My local wheel shop is telling me that I will have rubbing issues with this setup. I am curious as to whether the rubbing can be worked around by trimming the inner fender, front valance, etc. And, what else I might need to trim to make it work.

 

Thanks!

 

P.S. I already have the Ford torsion bar keys installed.

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Hi I have the 17" Helo Maxx with 285 70 17 BFG all terrain on my truck no lift just a couple of turns on the torsion bars,there is no rubbing at all,I think you will be fine running these tires,especially since you have the ford keys .

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Hi I have the 17" Helo Maxx with 285 70 17 BFG all terrain on my truck no lift just a couple of turns on the torsion bars,there is no rubbing at all,I think you will be fine running these tires,especially since you have the ford keys .

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks for the reply!

 

Hey, if you have some time would you mind posting a pic or two of your truck?

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  • 2 weeks later...

To answer my own question...

 

Yes, 285/70/17 on a 17x9 WILL fit without rubbing! I have the Ford keys, but I don't have the front cranked up much over stock, and they fit!

 

They look pretty good too, if I do say so myself :D

 

Just in case anyone wanted to know :chevy:

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