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35s on Stock Suspension

After going back and forth for months on tire sizes and level kits, I finally decided to just try 35s on my truck as is, which is stock everything minus the mud flaps. I couldn't be more pleased than I was to find they actually fit! 35x12.50x17 KO2s on my Rock Warrior. They only rub on the skid plate at full lock while moving forward. They clear everything else, including the cab mount, and look awesome!
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Any other brand prolly wouldn't fit


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I am very confused by this. So you wanted 35s so that you can say you have 35s? Why not go with a 33 which weighs, cost less, and fits better? I am not trying to bash just trying to see the logic.
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I am very confused by this. So you wanted 35s so that you can say you have 35s? Why not go with a 33 which weighs, cost less, and fits better? I am not trying to bash just trying to see the logic.
My current tires were 33s, and they looked a bit small, so I knew I wanted to go bigger. I intended to level the truck prior to or at the same time I replaced the tires, since my shocks have over 100k on them. I caught an awesome deal on SimpleTire for the KO2s, so I jumped on it and stuck them in my garage to wait on the lift. But as the weeks went on, I came to terms with the fact that my 33s would look like racing slicks before I could afford the level kit I want. I also really wanted to see the 35s on a stock truck to see the amount of trimming I'd need to do, or how high the front would have to go up to clear them. Lots of others have those questions on this and other forums, so I thought maybe I could help others struggling with the same decisions was.

Now that I know they fit, that definitely influences my leveling decision. I was thinking a full 3/1, but now I'm thinking more like an inch all around just to gain the space back in the wheel wells I lost to the taller tires. Make more sense now?
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Now that I know they fit, that definitely influences my leveling decision. I was thinking a full 3/1, but now I'm thinking more like an inch all around just to gain the space back in the wheel wells I lost to the taller tires. Make more sense now?
Yes this makes it very clear and makes a lot of sense now.
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Are you running wheel spacers? I would have thought you would have rubbed the UCA's on stock wheels with that wide of a tire.


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Are you running wheel spacers? I would have thought you would have rubbed the UCA's on stock wheels with that wide of a tire.
No I'm not. Just the 17x8 RW wheel which is +50 offset. I have enough space to the UCA to run my fingers along the tire. My 12.50 tires actually measure 12.0" at their widest point. If my wheels were 9" or 10" the tires would be wider and I may have the issue you're talking about.
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