If your truck is a four wheel drive you can fit 285/75/16's on the stock rim with no lift. With a 2 inch lift or if you use a leveling kit to bring the front up a couple of inches you should be able to run 305/70/16's on your stock wheels but I would use a 16x9 rim to be safe. You can't use a wheel with more than 4.5 inches of backspacing or they will rub. My friend has an 02 Tahoe Z71 stock height with 285/75/16 BFG A/T's on the stock wheels and they don't rub.
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