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post #51 of 110 (permalink) Old 02-14-2018, 04:41 PM
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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.
The tires won't help with the ride, the ride issue is from the leveling kit. I didn't have any issues with 35's factory height

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The tires won't help with the ride, the ride issue is from the leveling kit. I didn't have any issues with 35's factory height
Ok thanks for answering the ride question. I don't have much sidewall, so I figured a 35 over a 33 would give me a bit more sidewall and take out a few of the bumps on the road. The ride is actually good... poor phrasing on my side.

My tires are 12.5 depth. What are yours? I'm rubbing at full chock with a 33 so I would imagine a 35 would make that worse.
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Ok thanks for answering the ride question. I don't have much sidewall, so I figured a 35 over a 33 would give me a bit more sidewall and take out a few of the bumps on the road. The ride is actually good... poor phrasing on my side.

My tires are 12.5 depth. What are yours? I'm rubbing at full chock with a 33 so I would imagine a 35 would make that worse.
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So I just pulled the trigger on my 35 x 12.50 R20 on RS2s on my truck, I love the look but unfortunately I will have to do some minor trim work on some plastic but looks like that will be all. I barely have enough clearance in my garage now haha.
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So I just pulled the trigger on my 35 x 12.50 R20 on RS2s on my truck, I love the look but unfortunately I will have to do some minor trim work on some plastic but looks like that will be all. I barely have enough clearance in my garage now haha.
Correct, they won't clear on aftermarket wheels.

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Running a 3.5" level kit with A-arms new shocks etc on 35x12.5x20's. no trimming and no rubbing. I used 1/4" spacers as well running stock 20" wheels.
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Hello guys, i m new to this forum... currently on the market for 2018 GMC 2500 HD denali. i am going to trade in my 14's toyota tundra in and i d like to swap my current tires that i just purchased on SLT 18's wheels. The tires are 285/75r18 toyo Open Country AT2.

I have done lots of searching and i have only found a few threads about them but not enough information i was looking for.

My question is how much of lift do i need to have them fit without any rub or trim. i m not going to do any crazy on lift, just small lift probably .5-1 inch(leveled). And the last question is should i better off and get half inch to 3/4 inch wheel spacer for them? any information will be appreciated.

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There are several post about it, I have posted about it as well. Do not level it unless you want the front end to wear out faster and suffer ride quality. 35's will fit factory height without any trimming. They will only rub at full lock on the frame when on an incline. But it's not enough to matter, or feel really. I ran them on mine for a long time with zero issue. Truck was completely factory height and no t-bar adjustment. So yeah, the tires you have now will clear without issue
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There are several post about it, I have posted about it as well. Do not level it unless you want the front end to wear out faster and suffer ride quality. 35's will fit factory height without any trimming. They will only rub at full lock on the frame when on an incline. But it's not enough to matter, or feel really. I ran them on mine for a long time with zero issue. Truck was completely factory height and no t-bar adjustment. So yeah, the tires you have now will clear without issue


Awesome, thanks for the reply.


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Hello guys, i m new to this forum... currently on the market for 2018 GMC 2500 HD denali. i am going to trade in my 14's toyota tundra in and i d like to swap my current tires that i just purchased on SLT 18's wheels. The tires are 285/75r18 toyo Open Country AT2.



I have done lots of searching and i have only found a few threads about them but not enough information i was looking for.



My question is how much of lift do i need to have them fit without any rub or trim. i m not going to do any crazy on lift, just small lift probably .5-1 inch(leveled). And the last question is should i better off and get half inch to 3/4 inch wheel spacer for them? any information will be appreciated.



Thank guys.


Im running 285/75R18 Duratracs. I have a RC level. Front is raised at lowest setting of 1.5 and shock extenders. Those tires fit great with no rubbing or trimming. They should fit no prob at stock height!




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