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Old 09-25-2013, 08:37 PM
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Still awaiting my new truck and trying to decide if I go 35x12.5 or 295/60/20
Anyone have pics of a leveled 4th gen on 295/60/20 set up ??
I will be buying nittos trails
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Not mine but here you go. He's running 1/4" spacers and still gets a little bit of rub.

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Thanks for the pic
Curious as to the rub. As the 35x12.5x20 don't rub on a level
Hmmmm
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What makes you think 35x12.5's don't rub on a level? The amount of level, wheel specs, and type/design of tire all play into that as well.

Are you planning on running the Nitto Trails on stock wheels? Or aftermarket?
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i have 295/60R20 on 20x9 rims
little rub
and i have nitto trail grapplers MT with front level kit
waiting for my bilsteins 5100s to come in to install

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Yes I agree wheel specs play a huge roll. I will be using a fuel wheel with 0 offset
On bills probably at 2.8 and a 1" tgc spacer out back and yes trail grapplers
But I still have my 13' and waiting dr the dealer to deliver my 14'
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If you're only going to level the truck I'd personally recommend going with a 295/60/20. Going to a full 35x12.5 (especially a Nitto Trail) looks a little stuffed IMO. But that decision is really up to you and on what you think looks good. There are a number of threads in the wheel/tire section of the forum full of pictures of guys' set ups. It's definitely worth taking a look through there to see what you like.

I was running a 2.5" leveling kit and 0.75" rear spacers on my 1500 with 35x12.5 Toyo MT's (before I lifted it). Take a look at my wheel/tire thread linked in my signature below. It has quite a few pics of that set up so you can see how it looks.
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Yes that's what I don't want and that's why I'm leaning towards the 295/60/20 as I don't want the wheels to look too big
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