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Old 01-29-2010, 05:22 PM   #1
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Duratracs on 2nd Gen ?

I have on 07 DC LB Sport 4x4 and I'm looking to but the Goodyear Duratracs 265/70/17 on the stock alloy wheels with no lift (yet). I'm wondering if these tires will rub anything on the truck w/out modifications. Has anyone with a similar truck put these tires on and have had issues? Also, Do you TW's think this size tire will look okay once the 2.5" leveling kit in the front and 2" aal in the back are intalled? Thanks in advance!
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I just installed my 265/75/16 Duratracs last night. They are the same diameter as your 265/75/17's (31.6 inches). They are on a 2010 4x4, non-sport.

They fit, BUT I was forced to remove my front mudflaps; even though there was clearance, it was not enough for my taste since I couldn't even get my pinky finger in there with the tires turned at certain angles.
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Yeah, they'll fit, but you still might have to do a little bit of modding. IMO you might as well just do a 3" with 285's. It might look a little weird if you have it lifted a bit with stock tire size. But that's just my opinion, i'm a nobody. Hope everything works out for you.
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I was looking to go the same setup (I have the 5100's set at 2.5 in in the front) and was told that I'd have to get spacers to clear the UCA's and that I'd have to do a little trimming on the fender/liner.
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I just installed my 265/75/16 Duratracs last night. They are the same diameter as your 265/75/17's (31.6 inches). They are on a 2010 4x4, non-sport.

They fit, BUT I was forced to remove my front mudflaps; even though there was clearance, it was not enough for my taste since I couldn't even get my pinky finger in there with the tires turned at certain angles.
Cool. I've scored my lift and will be installing it before the tires. Thanks for your feedback.
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Yeah, they'll fit, but you still might have to do a little bit of modding. IMO you might as well just do a 3" with 285's. It might look a little weird if you have it lifted a bit with stock tire size. But that's just my opinion, i'm a nobody. Hope everything works out for you.
I hear you bro and I appreciate your opinion. Believe me the 285's are on my mind!
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I was looking to go the same setup (I have the 5100's set at 2.5 in in the front) and was told that I'd have to get spacers to clear the UCA's and that I'd have to do a little trimming on the fender/liner.
I hope that's not the case! I've read on this forum that 265/70/17's are the largest tire that I could get without adding spacers and new UCA's. The Duratracs are beefy for an AT tire though...I guess I'll find out when the time comes.
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