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2014 tss with 2-3/4 front leveling kit, what tires will fit?

I am having a hard time finding what I am looking for on these forums, seems not many people have a set up similar to mine, can anyone help? It would be greatly appreciated!
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Keep it under 34" and you should be OK..

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Okay, so should I keep the width at 12 inches to keep from hitting my UCA? I would rather not put spacers.
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If you have the factory tss 20ís I wouldnít go wider than 285. A 295 would be very close to the UCA.

285/60r20 fits great. Thatís what Iím running now. 285/65r20 should fit as well just a little taller.

I had 275/65r20 last time and they cleared fine as well. Narrower but taller.


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Thank you very much!
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A 305/55/20 will fit on a TSS (+55 offset) wheel with a lift/level but it is a tight fit.

Here is a thread on it.

https://www.tundratalk.net/forums/tu...05-55-r20.html


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On my 2015 I just put on 265/75/20. They are a tight fit and may even slightly rub some a full lock . They are a mud terrain but and I have a level kit as well.


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295/55 20 ridge grapplers fit fine with no rubbing at full turn either way even when in a bind on some climbs.

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