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Old 07-07-2010, 08:47 AM   #1
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In the near future I will be installing 5100s at 2.5 and some form of rear AAL. I thought about 285/75/16 but dont want to rub. So my question to you all is this: Will nitto trail grappler 285/70/16 rub the same way as a 285/75/16 even with a spacer? Is it the 11.5" width, the height or a combination of the two that causes rubbing on the UCA?
Nitto specs for 285/70/16- 31.89 overall diameter, 11.5" width, 18.9" tread depth
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Old 07-07-2010, 08:48 AM   #2
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Its a combo of the width and height. You shouldnt have to trim much with the 285/70/16 size.
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Its a combo of the width and height. You shouldnt have to trim much with the 285/70/16 size.
Thanks Chris. You think I would still need to trim even if I ran Spidertrax with that 285/70/16?
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Thanks Chris. You think I would still need to trim even if I ran Spidertrax with that 285/70/16?
It varies from truck to truck, but you should plan on needing to trim a little bit.
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It varies from truck to truck, but you should plan on needing to trim a little bit.
Yea the dipshit at this off road place told me that there was no way possible but I told him I got people like u on here that know way more than him
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Yea the dipshit at this off road place told me that there was no way possible but I told him I got people like u on here that know way more than him
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