I can tell you boys now that if your thinking of running the 295/60r20 trail grapplers on stock 20s. Its gonna rub. After all the searching and reading i feel deflated! I'm rubbing at full lock left and right and its worse in reverse. It's all over the front and back of the UCA and a little on the sway bar. I've got some 1 1/2" wheel adapters on the way and I'm sure ill have to trim some plastic when I put those on which I can deal with. It's not a daily driver more like a glorified hunting truck during duck season so im not concerned about the stress on the suspension and bearings. Just a little FYI if your thinking about that size.
Hey guys I've read through all the posts on this sticky. Right now I have a 2008 supercrew lariat 4x4 with 2.5" level on front and 3" blocks in the rear. I wanna keep the stock chrome 18" rims. Can I run a 35x12.5r18 toyo open country MT without many problems? Thanks
hey guys im thinking about getting 285/75 r 18 toyo mt's on my 2008 f150 thats leveled. Anybody running these or similar tires at this size and have pics? Also does anybody know if they will rub or not? Thanks.
A while ago someone passed along this link to me: http://www.1010tires.com/tiresizecal...r-snt-emty-str
It's been extremely helpful to me. I just looked up the size you're looking into and it shows an over all diameter of 34.8". I'm running 305/70/17's on my 07 w/ 2.5" level with no rubbing at all. Mine come out to 33.8" so yours will be an inch bigger however your width shows only 11" where I'm at 12" so you'll likely be ok. Again check that link out and compare sizes. It was so helpful for me when I was shopping for tires.
Here's some pics. The first two I know are hard to see. Sorry I don't see my truck in daylight often and as you can see in the last one, we've had a lot of salt on the roads here lately lol. Hope this helps!