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Old 02-02-2011, 08:29 AM
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Does anyone make a 35" AT tire that fits stock 20" wheels?

Looking for new tires. I would like to go to a 35" 35.5" tall tire, but there's not a lot to choose from for 20" rims. Nitto has a 295/60 that measures 34.5 and BFG makes a 285/60, but these are the only two I've found. Looks like a 295 is the widest tire that fits an 8" wide rim. I don't mind going a little wider, but can't find a tall 305 either. Thanks for the help.
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Do you not want to run any 35x12.50x20 tires because of the width?
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Do you not want to run any 35x12.50x20 tires because of the width?
I would rather not have the extra width because I live on gravel/mud road. With a wider tire I will need to add fender flares or something to keep the sides of the truck clean. I would also like not to exceed the rims 8" width due to quicker tire wear.
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BFG has a 285/65r20 version of their AT. It roughly equals 35x11.5
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What about the michelin AT2? Mine are stock and run right at 34.5 inches. I believe the size is 245/65
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I too need tires and looking on Nittos web site you have to check all sizes but there is one that is load range E and is 35". I put the stock size Nitto Terra Grappler on last time and have 65,000 miles on them and will go another 5000 easy I will buy again.
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Nitto has a 295/60R20 their web site says they measure 34.45 tall. I've also read a lot of good reviews on the Cooper Zeon LTZ. Most have been 1/2 ton or SUV's though. I haven't found much about them on a 3/4 ton. They are now producing a 275/65R20. Anyone ever run these on a 3/4 ton?
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