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    I have 265/ 75 16's on my 00 silverado thought about 285's on it..will they rub the wheel wells without a lift?
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    is it a 4x4??? i had 285/75s on my truck before i lifted it (look at my photo albums to see what it will look like)

    they didnt rub..also if your looking for a set I am selling the wheels and tires i have pictured in the photo album for $500 !
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    I dont need the rims but i have to get my truck inspected in a little over a week and i am not sure if the tires i have now are going to pass. You are talking about the Mud kings on the silver silverado?

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    Yeah im just trying to get rid of the stock wheels and the tires that r on the rims now..the tread prob isnt what your looking for though since there is maybe 50% left on them

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    oh ok yeah i am looking for new if need be. thanks anyways though

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    you will be ok fitting them for sure
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    you should have no problem fitting 285s
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    It'll fit
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