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    Default Mud tire question

    whats the biggest mud tire i could put on a chevy 2500 with stock suspension i will post a pic if i can figure it out btw will be removing the ugly alum steps lol
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    I think 275/285's. Just my thoughts though. from the picture it looks like it sits lower to the ground then most.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ippielb View Post
    I think 275/285's. Just my thoughts though. from the picture it looks like it sits lower to the ground then most.
    X2 on the 275s. 285's would probably rub a little.
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    What size is on that now?

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    I think you might be able to get away with 285's.
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    Yeah depending on what size is on it now, I agree w/ carpenterguy you should be able to fit 285's maybe with a little trim

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    thats a long a$$ truck

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    285s with a little trimming

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z71_guy View Post
    285s with a little trimming

    Ewe could get some 35's in there with a little trimming! <vbg>

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    thanks for all your help guys the truck is really not that low those alum rails and the tall grass make it look lower than it is the tires on it now are 275's does that help any the address below is another pic fron the front the truck is about level when the tires are not flat on the rear P.S. yes that is a long ass truck lol http://s920.photobucket.com/albums/a...=07031512b.jpg
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