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Hello all, I'm new here and have been reading many posts on the topic, but haven't been able to conclusively determine if I can 275/70/18 on my stock, no lift, no leveling kit, 2014 Tundra.

I like the 275 width and want to get as much height without rubbing, as possible. I currently run 275/65/18, which are fine, but my question is can I fit a 275/70/18 without rubbing? Appreciate the feedback!
 

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Welcome to the community!

Post a picture of your rig if you get a chance, we love to see them.

Regarding the fitment. There are guys running the 275/70 with minor rubbing(possible mudflap trimming needed). The caveat with vehicle fitment is that every truck sits a little differently, even within the same trim package. This is due to differences in manufacturing and wearable components. The other variable is the difference in tire manufacturing and some tires are built bigger or smaller than others.

A good way to check would be to take a look at your current tire and measure/visualize the tire being 1" taller in rolling diameter. 1/2" each sidewall closer to the closest point on the chassis, also turn lock to lock to check fitment for turns.
 

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It will work. If it doesn't take them back and get 295/70/18 and put bILSTEIN 5100'S and CoachBuilder shackles on it.
 
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