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Old 03-25-2013, 05:18 PM   #1
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265 70 r 16 - Any Rubbing or MODS required for Stock SR5 2.7L?

Hey Guys,

I'm running a stock 2011 Access Cab 2.7 Liter 4 cylinder - no lift [as of yet ].

Can I fit 265 70 r16 BF Goodrich All Terrains on my stock rims without ANY issues? I don't want to have to take my mud flaps off or do any trimming or mods what-so-ever to make these fit.

Anybody running this size on my size rim / truck without lift got any opinions they can offer?

Thanks
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Old 03-25-2013, 05:22 PM   #2
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I'm pretty sure you can go up to 265/75's with no issue, but I am not entirely sure. I do know the 265/70's will fit.
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On the 265/75 r16's I've been reading that alot of people are having to remove their mudflaps and even do some slight trimming because of rubbing - I think because of the width of the tire.

No width issue for the 265/70's then?
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None, that's what I have right now and is/was an optional tire size.
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On the 265/75 r16's I've been reading that alot of people are having to remove their mudflaps and even do some slight trimming because of rubbing - I think because of the width of the tire.
Wrong. 265/75R16s rub if you have aftermarket wheels with less offset - tires are pushed out more, so they swing on a larger scrub radius and hit the fender flare. 265/75R16s fit fine on stock wheels.
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Wrong. 265/75R16s rub if you have aftermarket wheels with less offset - tires are pushed out more, so they swing on a larger scrub radius and hit the fender flare. 265/75R16s fit fine on stock wheels.
Ohhhhhhhh. . .ok - I didn't get that. Good deal. Thanks.
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