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Im droping my truck down a bit... Im not sure what tire size to look at, I was thinking 285/60R18(roughly 31x11.22r18) but im VERY unsure, ive always had big tires so as much help as I can get would be awsome... :rof
 

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What are you trying to figure out? The downfall is with small tires the bumper would look out of place IMO. :rolleyes:

Why do you want smaller tires anyway?



 

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The bumper is coming off along with a lot of things. lol... I am lowering the truck because im going to start building it, im kinda put into a position where it needs to be fast and 37's are a litttle to big for that. haha
 

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Oh got ya.. Ya for speed and height the 285/60/18 is the way to go! Its a common tire so youll have alot of options :D



 

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The bumper is coming off along with a lot of things. lol... I am lowering the truck because im going to start building it, im kinda put into a position where it needs to be fast and 37's are a litttle to big for that. haha
I am going to be getting rid of some near new yoko 305/50-20 on cruiser alloy switchblade chrome rims.

http://hubcap-tire-wheel.com/images/2009/wheels/ca8-904c_t.jpg

Yokohama Parada Spec-X

These are fast, balanced extremely well, and at around 32.5" , very good economy as well. Not an off-road tire, but quiet and durable.
 
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