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post #41 of 109 (permalink) Old 10-23-2017, 04:53 PM
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Got my Tires 35x12:50x18 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on my Stock Denali rims ! Very slight rub on inside frame full lock going to try a 1/4" spacer!


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I know this is a older post but what kind of leveling kit and are you running spacers I reall like the looks of your truck thanks.
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post #42 of 109 (permalink) Old 10-26-2017, 12:02 PM
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Ok, so I have an 18 Duramax Denali and I am thinking about putting 35's on it as well. I have a 2.5" RC leveling kit and that is it. Are you completely stock and it looks like you are running the stock wheels with the 44 offset, I know you said you didn't but have you noticed ANY rubbing since your original post?
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Ok, so I have an 18 Duramax Denali and I am thinking about putting 35's on it as well. I have a 2.5" RC leveling kit and that is it. Are you completely stock and it looks like you are running the stock wheels with the 44 offset, I know you said you didn't but have you noticed ANY rubbing since your original post?
35's will fit on factory wheels at factory height. It's been done several times and I have posted a picture of my truck in here as well. No need for a leveling kit to kill the front end and ride

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35's will fit on factory wheels at factory height. It's been done several times and I have posted a picture of my truck in here as well. No need for a leveling kit to kill the front end and ride
OK, now that I think I have figured out how to work this forum my question is have you put that spacer on? I would prefer 35/12.50 so that I could fit a set of Goodyear MT/Rs or the Duratracs, since that they don't come in 11.50 sizes. I would like to keep the cost low and given the ride height is more significant than previous years which I like I would not really want to goo too much taller. Plus my garage won't let me..... at least until I build the shop I want. Thanks @8ualive for the pics, very nice looking truck.
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How wide is a factory wheel? Unless it's at least 9" wide.. I would be leary.

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OK, now that I think I have figured out how to work this forum my question is have you put that spacer on? I would prefer 35/12.50 so that I could fit a set of Goodyear MT/Rs or the Duratracs, since that they don't come in 11.50 sizes. I would like to keep the cost low and given the ride height is more significant than previous years which I like I would not really want to goo too much taller. Plus my garage won't let me..... at least until I build the shop I want. Thanks @8ualive for the pics, very nice looking truck.
Thanks man, and no spacer, just put the tires on and drove it lol
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How wide is a factory wheel? Unless it's at least 9" wide.. I would be leary.
They are 20x9, so there is no issues
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2008 lmm......sold
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So, I have read all about fitting 35's fitting with stock rims. +44 offset x 8.5 width. I just don't care for the stock Denali rims. My question is, with aftermarket rims, say 10 inch width and offset of 15 to 19mm, will this cause rubbing on air dam or fender well due to the offset with 35's. What would be the best tire to fit with this type rim?

FYI 2018 GMC z71 bone stock, no leveling and no lift and I don't plan on it.

Thanks in advance.
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So, I have read all about fitting 35's fitting with stock rims. +44 offset x 8.5 width. I just don't care for the stock Denali rims. My question is, with aftermarket rims, say 10 inch width and offset of 15 to 19mm, will this cause rubbing on air dam or fender well due to the offset with 35's. What would be the best tire to fit with this type rim?

FYI 2018 GMC z71 bone stock, no leveling and no lift and I don't plan on it.

Thanks in advance.
Sorry the offset for aftermarket should be negative, -12 .
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No they won't fit if they are 10" wide, even the 20x9 aftermarket will rub with 35's at factory height. Only option for factory height and 35's are the stock wheels or trim a lot with the 20x9's

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2003 gmc RCSB with 6.0 and 4L80 for now...
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I have a 2017 2500HD with 33/12.50/22 and I slightly rub the fender well at full chock. I have it leveled. I'm thinking about moving up to 35s to help the ride a little. I am seeing where some of you are putting 35s and not having fender rub. 35s will make my situation much worse. I'm pretty green in this area so any help is appreciated.
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