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You can fit 35x12.5's with 1/4" spacers on the stock wheels.
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You can fit 35x12.5's with 1/4" spacers on the stock wheels.
You may or may not need spacers but pick some up because they are cheap insurance. I am runnin 33x12.5'sR20 basically with no spacer. I have about 3/16" clearance between the tire and the suspenson arm.
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You may or may not need spacers but pick some up because they are cheap insurance. I am runnin 33x12.5'sR20 basically with no spacer. I have about 3/16" clearance between the tire and the suspenson arm.
What tires are you running though? A number of tires actually measure smaller than the listed size. Then there's some that run bigger. For example a 35x12.5 Federal Couragia MT actually measures about 34x12 where as a 35x12.5 Nitto Trail Grappler actually measures about 34.5x13. So the tire manufacturer has a big part in it....

For most trucks anything wider than a 285 (11.25") tire needs 1/4" spacers to avoid rubbing.
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I have the Federal 33X12.5 i would say get a spacer i haven't got one yet but at full crank they do rub just need a 1/8 spacer maybe
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