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Old 10-19-2013, 12:04 AM
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Originally Posted by hemipowerv8 View Post
Pulling this old thread up... So I'm running 35x12.50 on stock 20s with 2.1" Bilstein level and 10mm hub and wheel centric custom spacers. Driving my truck more than anticipated and thinking when I'm due for rubber I may drop a tire size.

Being that a 12.5" tire is about a 315 and a 10mm (1/3 inch) spacer does fine...if I drop just a bit to a 295/60 (34x11.7 is .75" thinner) then I should have the same clearance as I currently do but without the spacers?
Effectively tucking the tires underneath 10mm and another 10mm slimmer per side (tire is total 20mm thinner).

Anyone successfully running a 295/60R20 (Nitto or Toyo all terrain) with no wheel spacer on stock sport wheels?
This is correct. You'd be able to run that size without spacers.
Its close.... But it fits
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