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You think these are good wheels and tire for me?

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by Runnerboy23, Nov 9, 2010.

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  1. Runnerboy23

    Runnerboy23 New Member 100 Posts

  2. mccombs310

    mccombs310 New Member

    What kind of driving do you do? A lot of on road,offroading,gravel. In order for us to help you decide we need to know how,where and what you drive.
  3. TELORVEHC

    TELORVEHC New Member 1000 Posts 100 Posts

    What year truck do you have? Since you have a leveling kit you can probably go bigger tire-size wise. But just judging from the picture they look good. As for the wheels, I happen to like the look of streetlock (fake beadlock) wheels.
  4. ridick_bowen

    ridick_bowen New Member 100 Posts

    These will fit no problem.

    Them Nitto Grapplers are the ****.
  5. ntbush83

    ntbush83 New Member 1000 Posts 100 Posts

    I agree you definitely should go bigger on the tires. with the leveling kit I'd say at least 285's
  6. ridick_bowen

    ridick_bowen New Member 100 Posts

    285? That's just wider, not bigger.
  7. mccombs310

    mccombs310 New Member

    They will be a bit taller also. Bigger is always better.
  8. HawaiiKid

    HawaiiKid New Member 100 Posts

    I think he meant with the same ratio, 285/70 rather than 265/70. 265/70 is a stock sized tire on my year Silverado, so they aren't very big-I would go bigger too.
  9. ntbush83

    ntbush83 New Member 1000 Posts 100 Posts

    Thank you Hawaiikid I did not clarify myself. I knew someone would call me out on that one. Yes I meant with the same ratio so its wider and taller :)
  10. randomsandwhich

    randomsandwhich New Member 100 Posts

    well assuming you have a nbs silverado, those wheels should work, however with the +18 offset running 285 tires expect possibly some tire rub on the uca .. 5.25 is the ideal backspacing for nbs silverado, 5.5-5.7 would be pushing running a 9 inch wide wheel. If you anything older then 07 don't listen to anything I just said, I can't vouch for the older trucks.

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