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315/70-17 on RW wheels w/ Camburg UCA's

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by blizz86, Mar 6, 2018.

  1. Mar 6, 2018 at 1:47 PM
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    Looking to replace my toyo at2s (285/75-17) with falken at3w in 315/70-17 on my rock warrior wheels.

    I have king c/o with camburg uniball ucas..

    the toyos have a inflated section width of 11.3 inches and the falkens have a section width of 12.7.. about 1.4 inches wider.. im worried the tires may come in contact with the UCAs.

    Is anyone running this tire size on rock warriors with camburg UCAs?

    I dont want to run spacers, so thats out of the picture.

    BTW ebay's discount tire direct store has a sale going on right now.. im looking at 4x315/70-17 falken at3w for 700 otd
     
  2. Mar 6, 2018 at 6:09 PM
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    I have roughly an inch of space between the closest part of my side wall and the uca .. I figured the same, half the difference of section width is roughly .7 inches. I would get the tires online so can’t really have the shop size em up for me :/
     
  3. Mar 6, 2018 at 6:15 PM
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    that's a good price for some good tires !
     
  4. Mar 6, 2018 at 6:16 PM
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    post pics when you have them mounted
     
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    Sell me ur RWs and go get some wheels with offset and don’t worry about rubbing
     
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    Lol don’t you have a set? If you’re serious I’m game
     
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    I need spares. Cracked one and my buddy needs a spare so we’re looking for a set to split. pm me if ur interested
     
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    Off topic question, can you post a pic of your truck with the 285 75s? That's the size tire I'm looking to put on my truck with RW wheels and would love to see how it looks. Thanks
     
  9. Mar 6, 2018 at 7:54 PM
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    Thanks, my 285 70s are just a tad too small
     
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  11. Mar 7, 2018 at 7:23 AM
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    Tire math question: if im switching to a tire 1.4 inches wider (section width), will it be .7 in wider on the inboard and outboard side? or does the offset of the wheel contribute to which side gets more rubber.

    I'm trying to visualize this in my head, and i can only see the width going to both sides evenly..
     
  12. Mar 7, 2018 at 7:31 AM
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    Yep, both sides evenly.
     
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    Best calculator out there. I use it all the time:

    https://www.rimsntires.com/specspro.jsp
     
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    i finally found the thread where you were pretty much the guru on tundratalk..

    "RW wheels with 315/70/17 BFG ATs and TC UCAs fit with NO spacers. Have to trim skid plate and remove front plastic flap thingy" your words lol..

    i looked up the falken specs and bfg's and the are almost an exact match, just an extra .2" of overall diameter. reading about the TC and camburg uca's not having a fat joint like the LR UCA's gave me more confidence. plus i have a diff skid plate and removed the chinsy mudflaps already too so wheee

    falkens incoming.
     
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    Nice!

    I'm not sure about Camburg UCA since they use a 1.5" uniball and TC is 1". But I dont see why you would have a problem.

    If it doesn't work, get some methods and sell the RW wheels to @Spolar and I :D
     
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  16. Mar 7, 2018 at 7:51 AM
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    lol. he mentioned you dont like black.. 4 of the RW i have are powdercoated black
     
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    True.. but according to my calculations and the calculator you linked me, it should be roughly .6 or .7 inches more tire on each side, leaving roughly a quarter inch between the uca and tire (i hope lol)
     
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    True. I dont want black lol but I can use them as trail spares

    yeah I think you will be fine
     
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    Got them in. Man these are beefy

    Tread depth is supposed to be 20/32 so penny for reference

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    meaty !
     
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    any rubbing ? also cab mount chop to fit those bad boys ?
     
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    Damn those will look good. That’s a ton of thread lug!:headbang:
     
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    Haven’t mounted yet, will tomorrow AM. From my calculations it shouldn’t rub. Rock warrior wheels have a lot to do with that. No cab mount chop
     
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    Looks titties
     
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    keep us posted on how the tires perform. They are priced well and have positive reviews online.
     
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    parked next to a 17 raptor this morning and these come stock. for some reason they dont look as big on those trucks as the do ours. cant wait to see the installed pics!
     
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    Their stock fenders make em look small, it’s all relative

    At the shop now waiting
     
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    @Spolar will trade you, his are black

    Don't say I never did anything for you zac
     
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    Here's another 285/75 17
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    Haha... too soon! I just mounted these.
     
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