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Conversation Between ljmueller and Jackie Chad

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  1. The rim size makes a big difference. A 285/70/16 is different than a 285/70/17. you should go to a site like tire rack or something and compare tire sizes to get familiar with how they size them. If you go to a site that will convert a tire size to inches it's easier to understand.
  2. I didn't know that's what that meant but thanks for letting me know. It's the new body style.
  3. 265/70/17, you know that means they are 17 inch right? Do you have the new body style or old?
  4. My truck is a 07. I think it's 16" rims. They're stock rims. The tires on them now are 2657017.
  5. What year is your truck and what size rims do you have?
  6. I was looking at 2857016 but I'm not really wanting to go 10 ply. How much difference is there between those and yours? I'm staying with the factory rims too.
  7. Thanks for the comment. They are 275/70/18 Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs. Any ?'s feel free to ask. Good luck with your truck.
  8. Truck looks good man. What size tires did you go with? Looks about like how I'd like mine to look.
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