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Old 05-23-2011, 11:11 PM   #1
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these are the cooper discoverer s/t maxx if i get 265/75/16 will they fit on my 03 with stock wheels and tires with no lift? and if they will fit would it require any trimming?
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Old 05-23-2011, 11:14 PM   #2
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these are the cooper discoverer s/t maxx if i get 265/75/16 will they fit on my 03 with stock wheels and tires with no lift? and if they will fit would it require any trimming?
Yes they will with a 1-2 inch lift, and either 4.5 bs wheels or add some spidertrax wheel spacers otherwise they will rub your drivers side frame
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Yes they will with a 1-2 inch lift, and either 4.5 bs wheels or add some spidertrax wheel spacers otherwise they will rub your drivers side frame

so they wont fit if i leave it all stock huh?
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Old 05-23-2011, 11:25 PM   #4
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If you have stock wheels they will definitely rub the frame on the driver side..
mine did until I put wheel spacers on and it solved it.. but the tire looks to be slightly under the frame at full lock so I believe if I wasn't lifted, you just need 2 inches, i just have some ome springs and shocks, I think you would still rub the frame.. you can still drive it its just annoying
because it reduces your turn radius.
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If you have stock wheels they will definitely rub the frame on the driver side..
mine did until I put wheel spacers on and it solved it.. but the tire looks to be slightly under the frame at full lock so I believe if I wasn't lifted, you just need 2 inches, i just have some ome springs and shocks, I think you would still rub the frame.. you can still drive it its just annoying
because it reduces your turn radius.
ok thanks for the help man now i just gotta decide if i wanna lift it or go one size smaller tire
oh and do you know what size wheel spacer i'd need?
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