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Old 07-08-2014, 12:13 PM   #361
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Wayne, I was stating I currently have the 275/60s and want to go 295/60s and don't think we will have any issues with rubbing
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Haven't decided on tires yet. I still have a ways to go on my 275s
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Very cool! Are you going with the Toyos? I have the 35" x 12.5" AT2s on me jeep and they're great.
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Drew I think you misread it. He said he wanted 295/60 and you commented on 275/60. The 275/60R20 is 32.99X10.83 The 295/60R20 is 33.93X11.61 Wayne
No he was saying he currently has 275/60 and he was thinking about going to 295/60. That's how I read it anyways haha.
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Gotcha, my bad! Just wanted to make sure a number wasn't hit my accident. Would hate for somebody to spend the money in the wrong size!

I'm running 275/60R20 Nitto Terra Grapplers and love the size but Toyo doesn't make the M/T in that size so it's either 295/55R20 or 305/55R20 for my next tire. Just think the 305/55R20 is gonna kill my gas mileage.

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Just think the 305/55R20 is gonna kill my gas mileage.

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It will haha
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How bad will 295/60s Toyos AT2 hurt the gas mileage?
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How bad will 295/60s Toyos AT2 hurt the gas mileage?
With a 3.55 axle i'd say you'd be in the 14-15 range. Maybe even worse depending on driving conditions. That's a tall, heavy tire
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Bring as it's 2" taller than stock and .8" wider I would say a good bit.

A friend on his, 2" Leveled 13 5.0L Platinum 4X4 3.73 is running 275/65R20(34.07X10.83) Nitto Terra Grapplera and he is averaging 12.5-13. Mixed city and highway, only upgrade is Airraid Jr Intake with OEM Filter.

Another friend on his, 2" Leveled 13 5.0L Larait 4X4 3.55 is running 305/55R20(33.21X12) Toyo AT2 and he is averaging 14. 90% highway, only upgrade is Airraid Drop in Filter and Flowmaster Resonator back exhaust.

I am 2.5" Leveled 13 5.0L FX2 2WD 3.55 with 275/60R20(32.99X10.83)Nitto Terra Grapplers and I average 16-17 75% city. Upgrades are resonator delete, Airraid Jr intake with OEM filter and a tune.

They both are a little bit hard in the skinny pedal than I am also.

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Quick question, would it be wise to use a 3 inch spindle lift to level my truck from stock? Or will it jack the front up higher than the back? I'm driving a 2000 2wd 4.2L by the way.
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Quick question, would it be wise to use a 3 inch spindle lift to level my truck from stock? Or will it jack the front up higher than the back? I'm driving a 2000 2wd 4.2L by the way.
Measure your fenders front and rear and you decide.
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