I decided to keep it. When you guys talk rubbing im sure your talking on afterrmarket rims what if i slap some 35s on my stock rims? Im just throwing some ideas around, also do i need like E load range or w.e? some one told me i wont have much tire selection to choose from, i don't know as i never had anything but half ton which could use any tire practically for me atleast.
I would think that you would rub on your LCA im runnin spacers and 35's on my stockers right now and at full lock they rub a little. if you have some aftermarket wheels, they prob wouldnt work if you had the right backspacing. if im thinkin this right, you need less bs but someone might can clarify with ya. heres mine with 35's and i think i still need bigger tires, these look small
I have 2" steel coil spacers on my '01 2500. You can 'fit' LT315s on your truck.
I am running LT285s right now on the stock 16x8 (6.5" backspacing) forged aluminum rims. I have a ton of room and no rubbing issues.
I also ran LT315 Dunlop Radial Mud Rovers for about a year. I would not even consider running these tires without aftermarket rims, with less backspacing. I used Weld Racing Scorpio rims, 16x8 with 4.5" of backpacing. With the 2" spacers, the LT315 sized tire looked great and really peformed off road.
The LT315s are alot bigger tire than the stock LT265s, and are even a lot bigger than the LT285, that I am currently running.
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