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Old 09-09-2013, 02:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Fatty Matty View Post
You're pretty much an expert on anything for these trucks. What tire (or at least what size) would you recommend with a 2" leveling kit? I want as tall as I can but as wide as I can too, as my wheels are only a +10 offset.

I'm not ready for new tires yet, but figured I'd ask while we're already talking about it...
35's would be a tight fit.
I would recommend a 34" tire as a 35" looks stuffed with a 2.5" lift already....that is just my opinion.

34" tire could be 275/65/20. This will work with your +10 offset as well. It will only hang out 9mm further from stock, which is slightly over 1/4"

You can even do max 34.5".
It will give you the same look and appearance as a 2.5" lift and 35's

But how wide of a tire did you want to go?
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