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Old 08-23-2011, 11:26 AM   #1
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305 60 r18?

Hopefully I am posting in the right spot. Will these tires fit on a 18x9 with 4.5 backspacing with 3 inches of lift? I haven't really seen this tire size mentioned at all and I am considering this size for the wide look. Thanks everyone.
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Old 08-24-2011, 05:55 AM   #2
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It will require a good amount of trimming but I've seen people running that size on here before.
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Ok so then let me revise the question then, if I want that wide look what would be the best way to get it without a lot of trimming and not using spacers?
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Ok so then let me revise the question then, if I want that wide look what would be the best way to get it without a lot of trimming and not using spacers?
ummm... remove the fender flares and mudflaps so a 265 series tire looks like they stick out further?
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Ok so then let me revise the question then, if I want that wide look what would be the best way to get it without a lot of trimming and not using spacers?
a bigger lift...
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Ok so then let me revise the question then, if I want that wide look what would be the best way to get it without a lot of trimming and not using spacers?
People have fit 285/60/18 without rubbing on stock suspension. It is only a 32" tire.
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