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2008 Silveradp tire sizes

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by jml1022, Jan 23, 2011.

  1. jml1022

    jml1022 New Member

    I have an '08 silverado with a 2.5 inch leveling kit..I am about to buy some tires this week and was wondering if I am going to have to go with 285 65 18s or CAN i go with the 295 70 18s....Any help with this is welcome...i dont want to rub, but if i can trim just a little off of my fender i am willing to do that..let me know what you guys think
  2. 1bdtrk

    1bdtrk New Member

    If your staying with stock wheels the 295's wont rub at all and they will look awesome! What tire are thinkin of?
  3. jml1022

    jml1022 New Member

    The trail grappler was what i was looking at, but man its hard...there are so many out there to choose from, but i have heard good things about the trail grappler so im gonna roll the dice
  4. 2009z71

    2009z71 New Member

    are you staying stock wheels? because i put a 2.5 in level kit on my truck and im running 33x12.5x18s with 18x9 wheels...and they only rub on my drivers side front fender when i back out of my driveway....and nowhere else...i didnt even bother trimming.
  5. Blackout07

    Blackout07 New Member

    295/70's will rub alot. I attempted to run a 305/55/20 on a 20x8.5 (+18), which is close in specs to the stock 20's, with a 2" leveling kit, and they didn't come close to fitting without major fender work. My buddy is running a 275/60/20 on my old wheels (the ones mentioned above) with a 2" leveling kit and he gets some very minor rubbing occassionally. I have seen countless threads where people cut metal to fit the equivalent of a 33x12.50 on aftermarket wheels on GMT-900's with lifts ranging from 2"-3".

    Just for reference:

    295/70/18 = 34.26 x 11.21
    305/55/20 = 33.21 x 12.01
    275/60/20 = 32.99 x 10.83
  6. jml1022

    jml1022 New Member

    I ended up going with the 285-65x18 trail grappler..they look good i decided that the 295 even if it didnt rub, would be to much tire without a bigger lift..im happy with them though! thanks for all of the replies
  7. alabamaxrebel

    alabamaxrebel New Member

    Great decision the trail graps in a 295 almost rub on my truck.
  8. Bigbomber

    Bigbomber New Member 1000 Posts

    Lets see some pics of your truck with the new rubber
  9. jml1022

    jml1022 New Member

    I wish I could! I got a new apple mac thing...and i have no clue how to use the dang thing! Im learning though!
  10. Rockstarrchevy81

    Rockstarrchevy81 New Member ROTM Winner 1000 Posts

    Hey man you could have ran a 325/60/18 with only rubbing is at the inside fender wall at the lower part i only did minor trimming though ha.

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