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post #11 of 20 Old 04-08-2011, 12:56 PM
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sorry to chime in a little late here, but it depends on what wheels you are looking to run. There are several guys running 35's on stock wheels with just a leveling kit, some needed to do the PWM, but most are ok.

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Pretty sure 35's will hit. I have the 33's BF Mud terrain on 20" rims and mine barely clear w/ a 2.5" Rancho extended shock. The 33's actually clear the rear of the front wheel well better before the leveling kit.
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Interesting, I know of several guys running 315/70's and 35x12.50's on the 17" stock offroad wheels, and I know I could clear them. Maybe the offset is different on the stock 20's?

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definitely could be an offset issue!!
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Thank you very much , good info
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Thumbs up LT305/70R-18 Dick Cepek Radial F-C II E

My Truck - O6 CC 4xLE Loaded.
PRG 2.5 Mini-Lift
Ingen CAI
upRev
Flowmaster 50 Series

I am considerring Air Bags in the rear for towing. Any ideas?

I chose these tires after much much reading and considering what I will use them for. First and foremost I will mention how well they drive. A little louder than most AT's howerver, with the music on for all to enjoy - there is no noticable road hum or feel. Cornering is better than I anticipated but stopping you best leave more room. They have VERY similar specs to that of the BFG KO's but Cepeks are an 1" taller.

Minor Rub at a half wheel turn and at the bottom inside corner of the mud flap. This was quickly solved by driving for a few days including U-turns and Reverse. Then with a tin cutter, I cut off about 2 inches from the inside and about a 1/2 inch from the seem so the strength of the flap would not be badly compromised. That is it.

Dick Cepek's Radial F-C II On-/Off-Road All-Terrain
305/70R18 - 126/123Q E
Max Load: 3750 lbs
Max Inflation: 65 psi
Tread Depth: 20/32"
Tire Weight: 75lbs
Rim Width Range: 8-10"
Rim Measured: 9"
Section Width: 12.3"
Tread Width: 9.8"
Overall Diameter: 35.1"

Country of Origin "US" = UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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Can you post lots of photo's of your tires and truck. These are my next tires and i have asked few times if they rub.

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My Truck - O6 CC 4xLE Loaded.
PRG 2.5 Mini-Lift
Ingen CAI
upRev
Flowmaster 50 Series

I am considerring Air Bags in the rear for towing. Any ideas?

I chose these tires after much much reading and considering what I will use them for. First and foremost I will mention how well they drive. A little louder than most AT's howerver, with the music on for all to enjoy - there is no noticable road hum or feel. Cornering is better than I anticipated but stopping you best leave more room. They have VERY similar specs to that of the BFG KO's but Cepeks are an 1" taller.

Minor Rub at a half wheel turn and at the bottom inside corner of the mud flap. This was quickly solved by driving for a few days including U-turns and Reverse. Then with a tin cutter, I cut off about 2 inches from the inside and about a 1/2 inch from the seem so the strength of the flap would not be badly compromised. That is it.

Dick Cepek's Radial F-C II On-/Off-Road All-Terrain
305/70R18 - 126/123Q E
Max Load: 3750 lbs
Max Inflation: 65 psi
Tread Depth: 20/32"
Tire Weight: 75lbs
Rim Width Range: 8-10"
Rim Measured: 9"
Section Width: 12.3"
Tread Width: 9.8"
Overall Diameter: 35.1"

Country of Origin "US" = UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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2004 CC SE, BT Grill guard, bushwackers fender flares, Toyo open country MT 33/12.5-18

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I have a nissan titan been running 33 12.50
Just put 295 70 18 and I have scrubbing now how much to I need to do to illuminate that problem

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I have an 05 with 33s x 11.50 and they fit just fine without scrubbing! My question is should I go with regular tires instead of these off road tires. I don't off road and now that I'm retired I don't drive in the snow!!
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Really wish people would post the offsets on their rims when they post this awesome information.. thats what im trying to see, what offset rubs with 33s as apposed to 35s. I have 305/45/r22 right now that dont rub at all but i want knew wheels and tires but dont have the money for a lift right now. So if i go 2in keveling kit, and 20in rims with like a -12 or -24 offset, i should be good right? Especially with 33s but really want 35s. Go big or go home right?
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