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285/65/20 on Stock Limited Wheels

Currently have a 3/1 level kit installed. Anyone know if this size will fit the Limited wheels without rubbing? Thanks.

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Currently have a 3/1 level kit installed. Anyone know if this size will fit the Limited wheels without rubbing? Thanks.


I have 275/65/20 on my Platinum wheels (similar offset?) with an OME 3Ē lift and I couldnít go any bigger without using spacers, not because of rubbing anywhere on the frame, but contact with my UCAs. It wonít matter how high you lift the front if the tire is too wide and running on the UCA.


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I run 285/65/20's on stock Platinum wheels on my 2015. Have 6112's on top setting and 5160's out back. Had to remove front tire flaps and bend the skid-plate slightly but otherwise run/ride fine. Added +3 shackles out back but had nothing to do with tire fitment.

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I run 285/65/20's on stock Platinum wheels on my 2015. Have 6112's on top setting and 5160's out back. Had to remove front tire flaps and bend the skid-plate slightly but otherwise run/ride fine. Added +3 shackles out back but had nothing to do with tire fitment.
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How close do those 285's run to the upper control arm?
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I run 285/65/20's on stock Platinum wheels on my 2015. Have 6112's on top setting and 5160's out back. Had to remove front tire flaps and bend the skid-plate slightly but otherwise run/ride fine. Added +3 shackles out back but had nothing to do with tire fitment.

Did you have to do any modifications to the fender well liner?

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How close do those 285's run to the upper control arm?
Sorry about missing this, been quite busy lately. Pretty damn close, but not enough to make me uneasy. I'll snap a picture this afternoon and post tomorrow for reference.

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Did you have to do any modifications to the fender well liner?
None whatsoever. Removed the front mud flaps only and bent the front corners of the skid plate up with channel locks.

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I have 31,000 miles on my 2015 Tundra sporting 285/65/20 KO2s (E rated) on factory 1794 rims. I removed mud flaps and trimmed skid plate to follow front sway bar. No other modifications required on my truck. Running ICON 2.5VS front and rear. Have 3/4" clearance between upper control arm and side wall. Zero rubbing and tires still have tons of life and when it is time to replace, will be going back with exact tire and size.
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Icon VS2.5 front and rear suspension
CB +2 and polyurethane bushing
TRD sway bar
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BFG KO2 285-65-20
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