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Need help picking the best tire size for stock rims!

For my 2018 Tundra Limited dc I’ve got Bilstein 6112/5160 on the way with 1 inch shackles for the rear. I’m going to run the 6112s at top setting.

Alright, so I’ve been reading all these threads and it seems like a crabshoot. Is there not a definitive answer??? For such an awesome truck I feel like there has to be a definitive: these wheels will fit and these won’t. I like my limited 20” rims and would like to keep them but some people had minor trimming with the 285/65s, some had to gut everything so they wouldn’t rub, some said 275/65s rub a little and still had to trim.

Can anyone give me a positive yes or no on tire size. I’d prefer a 285/65 but it seems like some people need to cut into their dang frams just to fit them without some minor rubbing. My buddies can fit 35s on stock rims no problem on their shitty overpriced F150s (I get shit because I tell them I’m still unsure of what tire size to buy) with simple leveling kits yet we can’t seem to figure out for certain if we can fit anything without removing some plastic and bending back skid plates... it’s just frustrating.
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