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    Default tire clearance? level and body lift.

    i couldnt find it in previous threads. what size tires will fit with or without trimming on a nnbs silvy with a 2.25 level kit and 1.5 inch body lift?
    Chase

    07 Chevy Silverado 4.8 Crew Cab 5 3/4 box
    readylift 2.25 level kit
    Magnaflow dual exhaust
    K&N Air filter
    Linex Bedliner

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    I would think you could fit a 295/70R17 with the level and BL.

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    I have a readylift 2.25 leveling kit with 305/55/22R tires on it. The only time i rub is when im in reverse and i go too fast while the wheel is turned. The rims are 22 x 9.5 with a 5.84 backspace. I believe the offset is 18mm? The only reason i posted that info is because the backspacing and offset determine how close the rim/tire is to the inside of the wheel well, which affects if the tire may rub on your truck even though it doesnt on mine.

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    2010 Red Silverado Crew Cab Z71 LT
    Blacked Out
    15% Tint all around
    22" KMC Slide Series Black Chrome Rims
    305/45/22R Nitto Dune Grappler Tires
    ReadyLift Leveling Kit
    K&N CAI
    IPCW Black Halo Projector LED Headlights
    IPCW Black Third brake Light
    IPCW Black LED Taillights
    Street Scene Front Bumper Valance
    Street Scene Black Chrome Grille
    Black Bowties
    Magnaflow Dual Exhaust
    Alpine Touchscreen Headunit
    4 Kicker RS Componet Speakers
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    id be using stock sized rims i think. 17 inch rim. 5.5 in backspacing roughly. what is a 295 70 17 in inches?
    Chase

    07 Chevy Silverado 4.8 Crew Cab 5 3/4 box
    readylift 2.25 level kit
    Magnaflow dual exhaust
    K&N Air filter
    Linex Bedliner

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    Quote Originally Posted by chase87 View Post
    id be using stock sized rims i think. 17 inch rim. 5.5 in backspacing roughly. what is a 295 70 17 in inches?
    A 295/70R17 is roughly 33.4X11.65

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    33x12.5x20 with rough country level kit and no rub

    2001 Gmc Sierra SLT Z71
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    20" Kmc XD Rockstars--33" Nitto Mud Grapplers
    3" Rough Country Leveling Kit
    Rough Country Hydro 8000 Shocks
    UWS Black Toolbox
    Smoked Recon L.E.D. Tail Lights
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajarman View Post
    I would think you could fit a 295/70R17 with the level and BL.
    Agreed. I don't think you could get away with anything bigger.

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