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Old 02-18-2012, 01:36 AM   #1
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Question 285/75/16s on eibach 5100 lift? rubbing?

I wanna get bigger tires for my 1st gen and was looking at general at2 285/75/16s.

i have eibach coils with bilstien 5100 shocks set at 0"

will this cause rubbing?

if so any other tire dimesnions that wont?

mods im asking this in 1st gen section because alot of 1st gen owners use same lift and have same body frame unlike 2nd gens

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Old 02-18-2012, 02:15 AM   #2
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Your posting in the 1st gen section ? Is it because you ARE a 1st gen ?..


You'll probably get some minor rubbing on the inside frame rail tho'...
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Yes you will hit your frame making turns
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Frame and uca either get wheel with 4.5 back spacing or spacer
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i didn't rub the UCA but i rub the plastic on full left frame on full right and plastic both sides in reverse.... but its nothing major at all. You should do it!
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Getting the 275 should alleviate/minimize any rubbing. Im currently looking into 275/75/16 myself.
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fuck, maybe ill have to do 275,75,16

i dont want any rubbing
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fuck, maybe ill have to do 275,75,16

i dont want any rubbing

This is probably your best bet, I hate metrics, 285 is somewhere between 32" & 33" its not quite either one......
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This is probably your best bet, I hate metrics, 285 is somewhere between 32" & 33" its not quite either one......
32.8" almost a 33
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This is probably your best bet, I hate metrics, 285 is somewhere between 32" & 33" its not quite either one......
IIRC 285 would be the width
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IIRC 285 would be the width
Gonna say... 75 refers to the size.
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Gonna say... 75 refers to the size.
i thought so. http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tirete...e.jsp?techid=7
Edit: so a 275/75/R16 tire would equal a 32x10.8 inch tire. I have 32x11.5 and no rubbing. so OP 275/75/R16 would be your best bet
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check out (rimsntires.com)they have some cool applications that will alloy you to put in specs for your current"wheel/tire" set-up against the size you'd like to fit.
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difference in size:
from the online tire size calculator
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so on tirerack and discountdirecttire they dont have any 275,75,16 tires

do they even sell those?
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so on tirerack and discountdirecttire they dont have any 275,75,16 tires

do they even sell those?
if i was in your situation i would just get the 285's the difference between the 275 is minimal.
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I figured out my tire size.. 385/75/15 (thread jack sorry lawl)
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My 285/75/16 with 4.5" BS wheels and .75" spacers rub on the frame (slightly), the pinch weld, the fender liner and the windshield washer reservoir. Working my way through the list to eliminate the issues one at a time.
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damn fuck it maybe i should do 285 and just chop some of the inside fender, hope it doesnt rub the uca.

and when i offroad its gonna rub even more
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would my 1.5 spacers make rubbing worse or help?
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