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I have a 17 tundra 4x2 with the Toyota black and silver wheels, Michelin 275 65 18 tires. I am currently looking at toyo and Nitto tires but def leaning toward bf Goodrich to put on. My question for you guys is what is the biggest size tire I can get without run and if I got the bilstein 5100 to level the truck out, how much bigger tires can I get on? Thanks guys


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depends on whether you want taller or wider... also depends on the tire you choose, as they vary slightly in actual measurements. good old fashion research is your friend.

it seems generally 285/65/18 (or equivalent size) is about as big as you can go with out rubbing / modification. I have heard / seen of this size rubbing at full turn, and in off road situation though. if you want taller tires, a 255 or 265 width can get you taller side walls. if you want wider tires you can get 295 or 305 with a short sidewall (maybe 35 or 45 sidewall size). all depends on what you want, and how you use the truck. but you are going to have to do some research to find your favored setup.
 
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I just installed the Bilstein 5100's all around and went with the 285/65-18 on Method NV+25...Came out perfect with absolutely no rubbing. Also the 5100's are a huge upgrade over the stock shocks.
Sounds like an outstanding set-up. If you get a chance please post a photo with your new tires and wheels.
 
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