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Old 06-18-2013, 08:08 AM   #21
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I am ordering the wheels through a guy that is getting a deal so no on the yet fit. A lot people are telling me I will need a cab mount chop
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I am ordering the wheels through a guy that is getting a deal so no on the yet fit. A lot people are telling me I will need a cab mount chop
To me I have lots of room for bigger tires. The only thing I had to remove was the front mud flap thing that the 12+ models have other than that I was mint...

I can't guarantee anything for 285's though...maybe someone else can give you a more specific answer..
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Old 06-18-2013, 08:25 AM   #23
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I hope so. I picked to rims and both have 5 backspacing. I have XD addicts no with a 4.5 backspacing i had to trim some plastic but I also have bushwacker flares also that when I put them on I had to trim a lot
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I am looking to get 18x9 wheels with 0 offset and 5 backspacing and run 285/65/18. A lot people are telling me it will not work but form the looks of this thread the might. Any on chime in and let me know if they will fit?? Sorry for the thread steal
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Sorry I didn't put that. Yes I am, 3" OME lift with light racing UCA
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I am ordering the wheels through a guy that is getting a deal so no on the yet fit. A lot people are telling me I will need a cab mount chop
9" width / 5" backspacing with 285/65R18 A/T tires and you should not have any rubbing on the body/cab mount. If you go with an aggressive M/T tire (they usually are wider and taller than an A/T tire in the same size), you might have some rubbing on the body/cab mount.

I have personally tested 285/65R18 Nitto, Toyo, Cooper, and Falken A/T tires with 18x9" 0mm offset / 5" back spacing wheels.
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9" width / 5" backspacing with 285/65R18 A/T tires and you should not have any rubbing on the body/cab mount. If you go with an aggressive M/T tire (they usually are wider and taller than an A/T tire in the same size), you might have some rubbing on the body/cab mount.

I have personally tested 285/65R18 Nitto, Toyo, Cooper, and Falken A/T tires with 18x9" 0mm offset / 5" back spacing wheels.
Thank you! And I am getting Nitto Tera grapplers. There A/Ts and in my opinion they are less aggressive than my BFG A/Ts.
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9" width / 5" backspacing with 285/65R18 A/T tires and you should not have any rubbing on the body/cab mount. If you go with an aggressive M/T tire (they usually are wider and taller than an A/T tire in the same size), you might have some rubbing on the body/cab mount.

I have personally tested 285/65R18 Nitto, Toyo, Cooper, and Falken A/T tires with 18x9" 0mm offset / 5" back spacing wheels.
You think I may could get away with 275/60/20?
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Guys,

For 17x9 0 offset, if I run 265/70/17 with stock SR5 Prerunner suspension, I shouldn't have any issue?


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Not sure about Pre Runner suspension...
When my DCLB 4x4 was stock, I ran 17x9 w/ 0 offset
265/70/17 and only rubbed lightly on the mudflap bump once in a while when backing out of my driveway.
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