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tire size

Discussion in 'Long Travel Suspension' started by brokeandstuck, Jan 6, 2013.

  1. brokeandstuck

    brokeandstuck [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Picked up engage long travel and was wondering what size tires most of you guys run. I am currently running 285/75/16 rocky mountain.
     
  2. santabarbarataco

    santabarbarataco Well-Known Member

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    this isnt the right section... but a 285/75/16 is one of the more common sizes
     
  3. mikesdoublecab

    mikesdoublecab LT Chase Truck

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    i was running 285-75-16 but they felt too small to me...

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    so i switched up to 315-75-16 and they run great... im on 4.56 gears now, so need to step up to some 4.88 next...



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    im the second to the last truck in the crew that switched up to 35s... out in the Mojave Desert, the 35s seem to ride better than 33s...
     
  4. brokeandstuck

    brokeandstuck [OP] Well-Known Member

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    ya i knew it was in the wrong thread after i did a seach, i want to run 35s as well. just wanted to make sure they are not to heavy. Plus they do look better lol.
     
  5. chris66

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    i think 33's are what kits say they are made to run but 35's seem like a good setup as well
     
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