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Fitment 35/12.5r18 General grabber x3

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by TRDpro619, May 31, 2017.

  1. May 31, 2017 at 9:14 AM
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    Looking to upgrade tires on my pro. Found a good deal on some 35/12.5r18 general grabber x3 tires and want to know who has run them and what they had to do to make them fit.

    I'm thinking i might need 1" bora spacers to keep the tires from hitting the UCA. I'm running all stock right now and don't plan on touching the suspension, but I know I might need to do some stuff around the wheel well. Please give me your i inputs and explain.

    And I know these tires will fit even though my rim is 8" width and it's not recommended to go 12.5" tires I'm going to do it anyways hah
     
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    I do 35x12.5x17 on 8" wide wheel with no issues. even hard off road
     
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    Im running 35*12.5r18 on factory pro wheels. i have a 1/4 space on mine and I clear with no rubbing.
     
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    here are a few pics of fitment. the spacer in the picture is what i used, but for tundra lug pattern.


    IMG_0509.jpg IMG_0508.jpg IMG_0650.jpg IMG_0516.jpg
     
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    Do U have a picture from the side, want to see how they look if I got a 1" or 1.25" spacer
     
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    Im running X3's 35x12.50r18. But I have a 7" lift with +1 offset wheels. My tires just barely grazed the front plastic right after install, but after a couple thousand miles dont touch anymore. I really like the tires so far. Havnt tried them in the snow yet and only had them for a couple thousand miles so I cant speak for the durability. IMG_0936.jpg
     
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    Do you have any kind of lift on the stock pro suspension?
     
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    I have 2 coachbuilder shims on each side in the front & +3 shackles in the rear.
     
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    Do you think I'll clear it without?
     
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    I think it should, it will be close
     
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  13. Jun 1, 2017 at 12:26 PM
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    I'm going to attempt it, finding better deals on 35x12.50r18 then on 295/70r18. Just gotta make sure 1" spacers will clear stock wheels hubs. Might just go 1.25" to be safe and ride that wider stance
     
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    yea plus the spacers do look good too. the 295 will fit better stock, since they are a big skinnier. I was going to get generals when i went to 35s but i found a set at a local shop here for like $650
     
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    Just found a set of 35/11.5r18 so they are 1" narrower and should clear the UCA. They are also $300 cheaper too. Can't find anyone running these to see what modifications id have to do to make them fit if anh
     
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