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Tire question need answer ASAP

Discussion in 'General Chevy & GM Tech Questions' started by Hoover27, Oct 5, 2009.

  1. Hoover27

    Hoover27 New Member

    hey guys new to the site. I have an 2001 Chevy Silverado basically stock minus cold air and some other minor stuff.

    Heres the question im runnin bridge. dueler AT revos now 265/75/16 which im sure you all know is a 32/10.5

    the only suspension mod i have is i twisted up on the torsion and lifted the front end about an inch to give it a more level stance ( i did do this the right way on an alignment machine at my work)
    from what ive seen on the site it says i can fit a 285 75 (33/11.5) but ive seen a few skeptics about fitting 305/70 (33/12.5) with minor rubbing CAN ANYONE HELP

    and one more question......Has anyone dealt with firestone Dest. MT im split between those and Wrangler MT/R
  2. Ryanbabz71

    Ryanbabz71 Member

    I had 285/75/R16 BFG AT's on my 2000 with no modifications for about 50K miles. I also ran 255/85/R16 BFG MT's. neither had any rubbing or clearance issues.

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  3. browndawgdude

    browndawgdude New Member

    I had 285/16 BFG AT on my 02 silverado with zero rubbing issues. I have 285/17 BFG AT's on my 02 Tahoe and have zero rubbing issues. You're safe!:great:
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