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5 lug tire size.

Discussion in '5 Lug' started by 808tacomas, Feb 5, 2013.

  1. 808tacomas

    808tacomas [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Alright let's get this straight guys.

    The largest tires that can go on with no lift and no rubbing without removing the Black Box is 235/75/15?

    If you remove the black box. The largest tire size is 30x9.5/15 with no lift and no rubbing?
     
  2. 808tacomas

    808tacomas [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Sorry bro I'mma noob jus like you
     
  3. Joels98taco

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    from what ive seen your correct.
     
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    if your gonna lower a truck keep it stock sized tires or smaller. going bigger is kinda bringing the ride height back up so pretty pointless imo
     
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    i got the same truck went from 27 to 31x10.5x15" or 4" diffrence lost aprx 1.5-2 mpg. so u probably wont notice any diffrence depending on how u drive. however im easy on the gas pedal.
     
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    Your axle is an 8.4 keep an eye out on the tw classifieds for someone selling the 4.10s out of their 6 lug. The black box is in the front fender well behind the fender liner and when you put bigger tires they tend to rub they are for the mud flaps i think. What size wheel are you trying to run?
     
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    Any tire equivalent to about 28-30 inches would fill the fenders stock height. And for gears try east coast gear supply
     
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