Awesome, thank you very much. I have looked at these tires on an F-150 and done some measuring and it looks awful close. My biggest concern was the height being to tall. I'm about 95% set on these and plan on pulling the trigger on new tires soon since my stockers are about gone. Thank you very much for the help.
Also, I'm not running the stock chrome clad rims, I traded for some stock painted aluminum rims when i purchased the truck. The Chrome Clads are 9" wide and the Aluminum rims are 8" wide. From what I read the BFG A/T's are the Biggest tire that will fit on stock chrome clad rims without spacers being needed. With the 8" wide aluminum rims it allows for a little bigger tire. But all the posts I read about the 285/65/20 BFG's, they were being run on stock chrome clad's with NO spacers.
No Problems with the tires at all! No rub of any sort. That's why i decided to go with them, read many posts of guys running them and wanted A/T's over M/T's because I don't do much offroad and figured the M/T's would just wear out. The BFG's are pretty quiet on the road aswell, can barley notice them. The only draw back I have noticed is my gas mileage has suffered a bit and I have lost some low end power. Tires are pretty heavy and I have 3.55 gears, But I expected both those draw backs. Imo they are worth it. Good Luck with your decision and if you choose the BFG's you wont regret it.
Hello, I saw in one of your posts that your running 285/65R20 BFG All-terrains. I've been doing quite a bit of research on these tires myself and according to BFG's website these tires are 34.7" tall. I have a similar setup to your with the Bilstein 5100's set at 2.8. Do these tires rub at all or have you had and problems so far. I've had BFG AT's before and liked them I just can't decide on the right size for my ram. Thank you in advance for your help.