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295/60/20 or 275/65/20

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by BigBlue15, Apr 6, 2016.

  1. Apr 6, 2016 at 6:23 AM
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    BigBlue15

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    Whats everyone's opinion on this?

    Stuck on either to go wider or a bit taller. Looking at the Toyo A/T II in the 295/60/20 or the Toyo R/T in the 275/65/20.

    Truck is going to be leveled in the front.
     
  2. Apr 6, 2016 at 8:39 AM
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    bobeast

    bobeast really old member

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    - Bull Bar - LED Bunny Burners - AMP retractable running boards - Headlight leveling retrofit - P3 Brake Controller - 60% rear seat delete - relocation of Sub to rear wall - Bilstein 5100 x4, top setting with 2 shims per side - Coach builder +2 rear shackles w/carrier bearing drop - Firestone Air bags - on-board compressor with auto-leveling - Dual Undercover Swing Boxes. - P285/65/R20 (34.6") BFG TA KO2's - TRD Front skid plate - Pop & Lock Tailgate lock - Remote Tailgate mod - LED Headlights - Nav Bypass - iPhone integration - Serius/XM retrofit - 25% front tint - Bizon electric tonneau cover - Power folding tow mirror upgrade - 2010+ leveling Headlight mod - Auto-fold mirror mod. - one-touch lane changer mod - Flash to open garage opener mod - Rigid H/L fog light upgrade - Pushbutton / Remote start mod.
    I'd go taller rather than wider. I found 285/65/R20 (34.6" tire), works well on my leveled 08', with no rubbing.
     
  3. Apr 6, 2016 at 9:09 AM
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    BigBlue15

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    That is what I am starting to lean towards also.

    Do you have an pictures of your truck?
     
  4. Apr 6, 2016 at 6:57 PM
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    bobeast

    bobeast really old member

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    - Bull Bar - LED Bunny Burners - AMP retractable running boards - Headlight leveling retrofit - P3 Brake Controller - 60% rear seat delete - relocation of Sub to rear wall - Bilstein 5100 x4, top setting with 2 shims per side - Coach builder +2 rear shackles w/carrier bearing drop - Firestone Air bags - on-board compressor with auto-leveling - Dual Undercover Swing Boxes. - P285/65/R20 (34.6") BFG TA KO2's - TRD Front skid plate - Pop & Lock Tailgate lock - Remote Tailgate mod - LED Headlights - Nav Bypass - iPhone integration - Serius/XM retrofit - 25% front tint - Bizon electric tonneau cover - Power folding tow mirror upgrade - 2010+ leveling Headlight mod - Auto-fold mirror mod. - one-touch lane changer mod - Flash to open garage opener mod - Rigid H/L fog light upgrade - Pushbutton / Remote start mod.
    IMG_1225.jpg IMG_1224.jpg IMG_1222.jpg
     
  5. Apr 7, 2016 at 4:57 AM
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    BigBlue15

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    great looking truck! thanks for the pictures and the help.
     
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