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Old 03-26-2013, 04:34 PM   #1
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3'' RevTek, Can I run 285/70/17?

Ive noticed this question coming up alot and im sorry but, I have a 3' RevTek lift and was wondering if I could run 285/70/17?
Just curious in seeing what other people run with this lift..
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Old 03-26-2013, 04:40 PM   #2
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I ran 285/70/17 on a 2.5" lift. I ran them on stock sport wheels so I had to use spidertrax spacers though. You should be fine
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I ran 285/70/17 on a 2.5" lift. I ran them on stock sport wheels so I had to use spidertrax spacers though. You should be fine
ok right, you think itd be fine even if I ran an agressive tire like km2's or similar to that?
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You should be good.
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Should be fine. If you have stock wheels spidertrax spacers might be smart
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Should be fine. If you have stock wheels spidertrax spacers might be smart
how about if I get some pretty offset rims, will it still have no issue?
I basicallly want the same setup your running as wheels and tires go.
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how about if I get some pretty offset rims, will it still have no issue?
I basicallly want the same setup your running as wheels and tires go.
You can run 285s with no wheel spacers if you buy wheels with 0 offset or less, dont go any lower than -12 offset though. Check out scs stealth 6's

Do you mean no issue as in no rubbing? Because there is a good chance you will rub
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You can run 285s with no wheel spacers if you buy wheels with 0 offset or less, dont go any lower than -12 offset though. Check out scs stealth 6's

Do you mean no issue as in no rubbing? Because there is a good chance you will rub
okay thank you, and yeah those rims are raww. definatly the style im looking for
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