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How did the 275/65/20 fit with factory 20" i have 3/1 lift and just ordered tires. I am worried they will not fit or rub the SPC Upper Control Arms. Any advice is appreciated.

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Hey guys I have a 13 tundra and am working on getting ready to buy some new wheels and tires. I have a 6" lift from rough country, a little bigger honestly because I am using a spacer from toytec Instead for the lift. I am wanting some 22s wrapped in 37s if possible, and am pretty set on it. Most posts on here are for 35s on smaller lifts. Looking at what issues I may run into with rubbing. Have 33s on stock wheels, and was looking at some Havok 22x11 with a negative 24 offset. Wrapped in atturo 37x13.50x22s. Am open to thinner or different offsets if yall think they will fit better.
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I used the 'tuck the plastic' method found earlier in this thread. Unscrew the screws and bolts, fold the liner into the fog housing area, bolt/screw everything back in. The screws don't secure much any more, but whatever. Pics or it didn't happen.

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Forgot to mention, these are 295/70r18s on +25 SCS wheels.

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Thank you for this mod! Just put 35" Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ P3's on my 2011 and there is absolutely zero rubbing now. ?
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Just read this whole thread. I'm sure it will come in handy with the 37's.
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Hey guys I have a 13 tundra and am working on getting ready to buy some new wheels and tires. I have a 6" lift from rough country, a little bigger honestly because I am using a spacer from toytec Instead for the lift. I am wanting some 22s wrapped in 37s if possible, and am pretty set on it. Most posts on here are for 35s on smaller lifts. Looking at what issues I may run into with rubbing. Have 33s on stock wheels, and was looking at some Havok 22x11 with a negative 24 offset. Wrapped in atturo 37x13.50x22s. Am open to thinner or different offsets if yall think they will fit better.
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