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Old 09-05-2011, 08:33 PM   #1
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295 BFG on 3"?

Im putting a 3" on my truck with a 1.25" wheel spacer and was wondering if anyone else has run the 295 BFG all terrains without any rubbing problems, i know most of you run a 285 but the 295's are the same price?
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Im putting a 3" on my truck with a 1.25" wheel spacer and was wondering if anyone else has run the 295 BFG all terrains without any rubbing problems, i know most of you run a 285 but the 295's are the same price?
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295 what?

There should be two more numbers in the tire size.
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Sure you could.... depends on the 295 though. A 295/75/16 might be kind of hard since that is about a 33.5 in tire, but a 295/70/16 would probably work with your set-up (with minimal rubbing).
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Its a 295 75 16 that i was thinking of running.
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