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Old 02-11-2013, 11:59 PM
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Originally Posted by CdnoilRAM View Post
The 420S are a great tire, and since you're looking at a 50 series you'll have plenty of side wall which means it'll be a much better ride. I was running the 265/45R22s and they had enough meat to keep the ride tame and worked quite well on a 2/4 drop. A 40 series will still have enough flex since these are a soft wall tire, so not great for towing, but it's in the 30-35 series that you really start feeling the bumps.
I have been considering 305/50/20 if I keep my stock rims but the wheel and tire that I posted photos of is 305/40/22. I like the look but I am really considering just sticking with my OEM 20's and the 305/50. I would be all over the 22's if they were 305/45 but I'm really afraid of the ride quality of the 305/40 and that they will be too short for what little drop I am doing.

Anyone got any thoughts on the white truck? How much drop do you think it has?
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