BAM! DONE! Read all 67 pages.
(I cant work in the rain, so I had some time this week). I definitely am going with 255/85/r16 km2, since there is no Cooper S/T Maxx... yet??
Here is my problem. I got excited when the wife said I could buy wheels, and jumped online to get the Pro Comp 16x8 4"b.s. I was thinking stock 2nd Gen B.S. was 4.5". I figured I could work in that extra .5". I did not even factor in the 8" wide rim compared to7". So here I sit with these wheels that are essentially going to shove my tire 2.5" out and ruin any chance of the 255 fitting INSIDE the fender, or clearing the fenders, or maybe even the headlights st that point.(despite a few random people thinking "if it doesn't fit, add more spacers).
Good news... I am supposedly going to be better of with my stock wheels, or a set of 1st Gen stock Steelies. Thanks for the info, 4wheelin4banger (What is your opinion of trying a steely from 2nd gen)
If any fat tire guys want to buy brand new 16x8 Pro comps, let me know. Or if anyone knows Wheelers return policy, let me know.
I'm working on the theory that these tires are only half an inch wider then what is on my truck now. The uca should still clear and the only other issues will/might be the cab mount. My mud flaps are long gone.
Thank you to this thread
I do not have a lift yet, but one guy talked till he was blue in the face about suspension having the same travel (not according to mall crawlers). I agree. I plan on making some long off-road treks, so I'm going to trim what I have to now, so I know it will clear when I lift and go off-road. Thank you, xxxx.
I will tell the tire shop to set toe at 0, camber at 0, and caster at 3... Thanks to... Oz-T, I believe?
If any of that sounds wrong, let me know.
If Cooper comes out with their S/T Maxx, let me know.
2.5 year thread. NICE!