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275/70/17 on 17x9 wheels go or no go?

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by mo13, Apr 29, 2013.

  1. Apr 29, 2013 at 12:11 PM
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    Just bought 17x9 0mm off set 5" backspace konig six shooters. Going to buy the icon lift with the icon aal in the rear will these tires hit the uca? I know i will have to trim minor fenders a little bit.
     
  2. Apr 29, 2013 at 1:14 PM
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    Not the exact same specs for me - I have the stock TRD sport wheels which I *believe* is 7.5" and 5.5" backspace. I do rub slightly on my UCA. Only the passenger side for some reason. My driver's side does not rub at all.
     
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    I'm on stock Sport wheels , no rub on my LR UCA's
     
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    thanks for the replies guys but just found out that those tires wont mount up to the 9" wide rim so ima have to go with a 285.
     
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    You won't have any rubbing on the UCA with 17x9" / 5" backspacing and 275mm or 285mm tires. I've tested numerous tires with the 17x9" Konig Six Shooters and 18x9" FN BFDs. :)

    You will want to stick with a P-Metric (designated as P265/70R17 or P275/70R17) if you go with a 9" wide wheel and 265mm or 275mm tires.

    285's will work in either LT or P-Metric as you mentioned (P285/70R17 or LT285/70R17).
     
  6. May 4, 2013 at 3:39 PM
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    5100s x 4. Fronts @ 0. OME 884's. 2"Toytec AAL. Konig SixShooters 17x9". Hankook Dynapro ATM P265/75r17. K&N CAI. Magnaflow 40 Off Road Pro dumped pre-axle.
    Hi I just got my sweet 17x9 konig's. They are getting fondled in the basement pending arrival of LR UCAs.

    Think I'll be able to run Nitto Terra Grapplers in p265/70r17's okay? I'm doing a toytec lift (Bilsteins all around with fronts at .85 + eibachs and a 2" AAL). I don't see a 275 in r17 for the Nitto's and I don't think I want to go as big as 285's.
     
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