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12BigHorn 07-24-2013 05:20 PM

cant decide on
I have bilstein 5100's and TGC .75 rear spacer in the mail and need to order tires.

1. Nitto terra' s 275/65R20 = 34.1x10.83R20

2. BFG A/T' s 285/65R20 = 34.6x11.22R20

3. Nitto trail M/T' s 295/65R20 = 35.1x11.61R20

I'm leaning towards the trail M/T' s. If your running these setups let me know how you like it and send pics.

gonefishin776 07-25-2013 01:30 PM

i vote option 2 or 3. a lot of guys run nitto trail graps. A LOT of people. everyone likes them. BFG is a good all around tire too. the terras aren't beefy enough

brandonjansen 07-25-2013 01:49 PM

Nitto Trails for sure!! They will look much better than any of the other tires IMO.

05cr125r 07-25-2013 02:24 PM

# 3....but i'm partial to GY Duratracs

12BigHorn 07-25-2013 02:37 PM

Thanks for the input guys. I like the trail M/T's. So will 295/65R20 rub without spacers? Because I don't want to use wheel spacers.

brandonjansen 07-25-2013 02:40 PM

There are some guys that get away with it. But for the most part a 285 is as wide as you can go on the stock wheels without rubbing.

12BigHorn 07-25-2013 03:35 PM

NO!!!! lol.....I don't want buy rims but if it means no spacers then so be it. I have had bad experiences with wheel spacer, so I will never use them again. So looks like I'm buying rims. Dam man more shopping lol. I'm so picky when it comes to my truck it takes me forever to make a decision.

brandonjansen 07-25-2013 05:17 PM

Haha well if you're buying rims then you might as well get full 35x12.5 tires!! ;)

The other option is to go to a slightly smaller tire on your stock rims....

12BigHorn 07-25-2013 11:24 PM

Yea if I but rims I'm for sure gonna get 35's Cooper Discoverer STT to be exact

toober 07-26-2013 12:39 AM

Nobody here likes the Wranglar Kevlars? They are suppose to be 3-ply on the sides whereas most tires are 1 or 2. Fairly aggressive tread pattern. I had them on my last truck and hoping to get them again when my new truck has run the use out of the stock tires.

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