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Old 10-05-2013, 11:21 PM   #1
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fitment for 255/85R16 to 285/75R16

Since I live in Northern Canada now and don't want to pay for winter and summer tires. Looks like the Duratracs are a great option but to use them I have to give up my precious 255/85R16's.

They have a 285/75R16 but this is the same height but about a half inch wider on each side.

My truck has a 2.5-2.7 inch lift using Icon coilovers in the front. Stock UCA etc. I dont mind chopping cab mount etc but not sure if they will fit in other ways.

Anyone know if they will fit my truck?
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Old 10-07-2013, 02:10 PM   #2
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No one would know ?
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What wheels do you have? If you dont have aftermarket wheels with enough backspacing or wheel spacers the 285's will probably rub in the stock UCA's
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Damn. Stock wheels, stock UCAs
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Damn. Stock wheels, stock UCAs
You could always try 1.25" wheel spacers...
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I ran 285/70/17s DuraTracs on factory Sport wheels and 1.25" spacers with minimal rubbing! ToyTec ULK with the Eibach/Billy adjustables. I did cut the back of the front flares.

I have more rubbing with the same setup and 17x9 wheels with 4.5" back space.

Hope this helps. .
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