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After months of trying to figure out what tires I wanted it came down to 305/55/20 Toyo AT2 or the Cooper AT3. Then I made the mistake of going thru the leveled and 35s thread for the 17th time and just had to join the group. So on went the 35x12.50x20 Toyo Open Country ATII on 20x9 +30 Ultra Mavericks. No rubbing at all after mudflap removal and pushing the front fender liner forward. Lift is Bilstein 5100s at top setting.



 

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Very nice.
 

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Looks great. Waiting for those tires, on back order up here.
 

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Here is one i found . These are sweet looking tires
 

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Nice!
I have the 5100 top setting too with hoss wheels with =+35 offset.
Any idea what would be largest O.C. AT/2 18's THAT WOULD NOT RUB WITH 35 POSITIVE OFFSET WHEELS?
 

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Nice!
I have the 5100 top setting too with hoss wheels with =+35 offset.
Any idea what would be largest O.C. AT/2 18's THAT WOULD NOT RUB WITH 35 POSITIVE OFFSET WHEELS?
You should be able to do the 35x12.50x18s with mudflap removal, push the front finder liners forward and trim the skidplate.
 
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I have rockstar 20" wheels. They were on the truck when I got it. I currently have 305/55/20 on with 1.5" spacers. Does anyone know how I can determine way my wheel back spacing is? I'm sure it changed alot since I added the spacers but wanted the wheel out closer to my flare. I'm wanting to know if I would clear 35"s without rubbing with my setup? I don't mind trimming skid plate. Thanks
 

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what size would fit without moving liners or skid plate cutting/bending, don't mind mud flaps removed?
WOW they are 81 pounds a pop!
275/70/18 or 285/65/18
 
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I have rockstar 20" wheels. They were on the truck when I got it. I currently have 305/55/20 on with 1.5" spacers. Does anyone know how I can determine way my wheel back spacing is? I'm sure it changed alot since I added the spacers but wanted the wheel out closer to my flare. I'm wanting to know if I would clear 35"s without rubbing with my setup? I don't mind trimming skid plate. Thanks
Whats the wheel width and offset?
 

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Whats the wheel width and offset?
That's the thing. I don't k ow the width or off set. How do I go about funding out if these will work with 35's with my spacers?
 

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Looks like 20" Rockstars are 8.5" wide with 3 possible offsets, +10, +35 and +50. I believe +35 is the most popular for tundras. With your wheel spacers being 1.5" youre going to run into serious rubbing on the body mount going with a 35" tire.
 

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Looks like 20" Rockstars are 8.5" wide with 3 possible offsets, +10, +35 and +50. I believe +35 is the most popular for tundras. With your wheel spacers being 1.5" youre going to run into serious rubbing on the body mount going with a 35" tire.
So since a 35" tire wi be a little wider possibly I may not need the spacers. Think I might be good then? One of my buddies told me that they usually stamp the offset on the inside of the wheel so I will look for that tomoro. Once I find this out I will ask again on here what u all think. Don't want to get 35"s and they not work with my wheels.
 

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If your wheels are indeed 20x8.5 +35 I think youd be fine with 35x12.50s after removing the spacers and with the normal mods required, no cutting.
 
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