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    Default 2005 Silverado LS 2wd level question

    I got 2" coil spacers from Canuk Motorsports and was wondering how big i can go wth tires after the kit is instaled i am running 265/50r17's now i was hoping 285's after is this possible cuase i dont want to trim a damn thing
    05 Silverado LS Crew Cab
    Forest Green
    3" Spindle lift front, 2" block rear
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    I didn't know they made a 265/50r17, but I got this info' from a tire calculator:
    Specification Sidewall Radius Diameter Circumference Revs/Mile Difference

    265/55-17 5.7in 14.2in 28.5in 89.5in 708 0.0%
    285/75-17 8.4in 16.9in 33.8in 106.3in 596 18.8%

    I don't know if 2" of lift will allow 34" tire or not w/o trimming. Hope this helps. Good luck!

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