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04-03-2011, 04:39 PM #1
Would 35-12.5-15 fit on my stock Sierra Nevada 4x4 with Z85 suspension?
Simple question for the tire experts out there, will they fit? Here's a picture of the tire/rim combo in question. Also wondering what would be a fair price for these? Claims to have good rubber left on them.
2010 Sierra Nevada Edition
4.8L Ext. cab - Black Z85 4x4 G80
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04-03-2011, 05:02 PM #2
what is your current tire size?? you may not have clearance over the calipers for a 15" wheel just as an example if you now have 265/75 r16 your diameter is just under 32" and a 35 is 35" so they will probably rub without a lift but i think you will have an issue with the fit of the wheels where your brakes are concerned . hope this helps
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04-03-2011, 05:07 PM #3
17 I belive, And yeah, I really don't think these will fit without a leveling kit atleast.. which I also want.
04-03-2011, 05:15 PM #4
Sorry bud, but if I recall correctly, a 17inch wheel is the smallest wheel you can use on a NNBS truck. You won't clear the calipers. As far as the tire size, you'll need a lift to run 35's. Most guys are clearing 285's (33's) with a leveling kit. Have not seen many clearing 35's with just a leveling kit.
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