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Old 08-17-2008, 03:48 PM   #1
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285/75/16's and 5100's

On the 2.5 height can I get away with running 285's without any robbing with stock wheels?
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Old 08-17-2008, 03:59 PM   #4
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forgot to add this, yes you will rub. I had to remove my front mud flaps, and if I crank the wheel hard I rub a little in the front. A real easy fix but to lazy to do anything with it.
Thanks, may just go with 275's instead.
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You can't run 285/75 on stock wheels unless you run spacers (otherwise you'll rub the UCAs) and you will still have to do trimming on the fender plastic and mud flaps.
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You can't run 285/75 on stock wheels unless you run spacers (otherwise you'll rub the UCAs) and you will still have to do trimming on the fender plastic and mud flaps.

275's clear w/o spacers?
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You WILL rub. I installed my 285s last week on 17s and I rubbed on the 2.5 preset. Cranked on the coilovers till i got more clearance.
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