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Conversation Between Chevyman224 and lsutoms

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  1. i wouldnt know to much about 22s but as long as its around a 33inch tire they should fit. its all about the offset really
  2. right now i have a 2" leveling kit and stock 245/75/17's.. im not good on tire size and rim size like this... now many inches bigger would a 285 be? or even a 295? im fiddeling around with the idea of putting some some 22" rims with one of these sizes.. toyo makes an open country mt thats 33x12.5x22 and they make an all terrain thats 285/50/22... i dont want it to look like a run flat on my truck though lol would you think i would have trouble with either of these rubbing? nitto also has a terra grappler thats 285/45/22.. idn if you know enough to help me with this or not
  3. i have a leveling kit. But before the leveling kit i had 285/75/16 and the 285/65/18s are the same size. But they rubbed due to the -12mm offset of the rim. Which makes the rim stick out instead of being tucked in like factory rims. Stay close to the factor offset and you can clear them easily.
  4. 18x9 rims and 325/60/18
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