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Old 03-15-2014, 10:26 AM   #1
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Anyone running 295/65 18s ?

I have a 3 inch ome lift with 885s , xd cranks 18x9 +00 offset running 285 60 TGs . Will I rub on the stock uca's ? And what trimming will I have to do ?
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The major trimming is on your wallet. In all seriously, tires in that rare size are very limited in availability and manufacturers along with a ridiculous price tag. To answer your question, there's a great chance you will not only hit the UCAs but more than likely need a cab mount chop. Rubbing the UCAs is the easier of the 2 fix by wheel spacers but then that would increase the radius to hit the cab mount. Stick with 285/65/18's. Those should clear with minor plastic trimming.
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The major trimming is on your wallet. In all seriously, tires in that rare size are very limited in availability and manufacturers along with a ridiculous price tag. To answer your question, there's a great chance you will not only hit the UCAs but more than likely need a cab mount chop. Rubbing the UCAs is the easier of the 2 fix by wheel spacers but then that would increase the radius to hit the cab mount. Stick with 285/65/18's. Those should clear with minor plastic trimming.
Thanks !! What about 275 70 18 ?
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That's a better tire size choice since there's more tire options. You should clear the UCAs but there's a minor possibly you may hit the cab mount at full lock or flex. You can always have the tire shop do a test fit the front but alot also depends on the tire manufacturer and A/T vs. MT.
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i was thinking trail grapplers 275 70 18 . does it help i have a cbi front plated bumper? less trimming?
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That's a better tire size choice since there's more tire options. You should clear the UCAs but there's a minor possibly you may hit the cab mount at full lock or flex. You can always have the tire shop do a test fit the front but alot also depends on the tire manufacturer and A/T vs. MT.
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yes. Usually having the plate bumper, you have already modified the inner front plastic so you have eliminated the front plastic rub. I think you are fine with that tire size. Even worse case, minor cab mount chop is really no big deal.
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I doubt you'll need a cab mount chop because 33's fit nicely with a little hammering. Since you have 0 offset on your wheels I'm guessing the backspace is right at 4.5" which means you'll probably need wheel spacers no keep from hitting the UCA's

A 295/65/18 tire is like having a 33x11.50 and there are lots of guys who run 33x12.50 without a cab mount chop, unless you want to do it but it shouldn't be needed.
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Thanks for all the info I will be deciding by the end of this week !
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