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    Default Wheel/Tire Fitment Question

    1995 C1500. 2" Rough Country lift kit. Currently has 30's on stock wheels. I want to run a 15x10 (-44 offset 3.76 backspacing) with 32x11.5 tire. How bad/ where would it rub. If anyone has pics of this setup (or similar) post them up.

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    With the amount of money involved, if the tire & wheel shop won't do a test fit, then shop someplace else.

    Anyway, 31x10.5's fit fine with no lift kit from the OEM. You have 2", so there should be no issues at all with 32's and more offset.

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    I agree, with the amount being spent the shop should be able to test fit, if not they only want your money.
    As for fitment of tires and wheels, even comparable new trucks dont fit tires the same, your 19 yr old truck is bound to be different from others, test fitting is the best way to determine.

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    I just put LT285/75R16 Pro Comps on Factory Wheels on my 2003 Silverado 1500 2WD WT no lift no mods. only rubs on full lock left turn.

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