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Ok so I bought some 20x10 -25 wheels with 295/60R20 mud tires and was pretty excited about it. Needless to say, for those with the knowledge, that these will not fit my stock 2014 tundra. I know some trimming will have to be done regardless. My question is can I make these wheels and tires work with a 6” lift or will I need more?
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Not all 6" lifts are created equal, but most 6" kits will be fine. I had a 2wd 2011 and a 4wd 2014. Both had 6" lifts with 35s. The 2014 had 22x12s with -44 offset. It will fit. Your setup is less than 35" and outside the wheel well less.
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You don't need a 6" lift for 295/60's. a 3/1 will be more than enough.


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You don't need a 6" lift for 295/60's. a 3/1 will be more than enough.
Agreed; the tires will work on stock wheels/offsets, but when you go to a 10"+ wheel with less than a zero offset, that changes the clearance requirements. Each stance and look people are going for is different. ;-)
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