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I'm running 285/65/20 BFG KO2s on factory rims (no spacers) and had to trim skid plate to eliminate minor rubbing. I have 22,000 miles on truck & tires and zero issues.


 
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So with a 295/60 I'll be looking at tires that sit a tad over 1.5 inches out from the fender, and with a 305/55 just shy of two inches. Does that sound about right?
About right.

The rim offset puts you 3cm farther, the 1cm rim width adds ~.2cm, and the tire width will add .5 or 1.0cm. So it's 3.7cm and 4.2cm or 1.5 or 1.7 inches farther out than what you have currently.

If you really like KO2s the 285/65r20 that Regulator29 has should be a good size: https://tiresize.com/tires/BFGoodrich/All-Terrain-TA-KO2-285-65R20.htm
 

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I know its not the same set up you have or looking for, but i have 5100s (top setting) w/coachbuilder +1 shackles and i fit 295/70r18 (cooper at3 34.25x12) on stock 18" limited wheels. The only rub i had was from the corner of the skid plate that was easily fixed. All mudflaps still intact and i can fit my fingers in between the tire and the upper control arm.

Find a tire place that will test fit the tire before you buy. That's what i did and am very happy with it.

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jamie1985 .. Absolutely glorious man! Ive been trying to trade my Limited chrome 20's for 17-18 for exactly this reason. Excellent work my friend, excellent!
 

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jamie1985 .. Absolutely glorious man! Ive been trying to trade my Limited chrome 20's for 17-18 for exactly this reason. Excellent work my friend, excellent!
Haha Thanks! Fuel mileage sucks but it's worth it...I think...

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This is the UCA clearance on mine with Nitto Ridge Grappler (295/55R20) on stock 20" TSS wheel (no rubbing). You might get away with 295/60R20 under there. The 295/65R20's would not fit mine without wheels spacers or a wheel with a different offset.
can you post a larger picture. I cant see it very well in the thumbnail. thanks :)
 

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I have a 2017 CM. I'm not trying to deal with any sort of major cutting or bending. I'll remove guards but that's it. I'm, like everyone, trying to fill out the wheel well better.

I'd like to do something taller, but not really much wider than my 285/55/20. So I'm thinking something in the 34 or 35 realm but no wider than about 11.5".

Anyone running such a setup? I have a 3" lift.
Just installed nitto ridge grappler 295 65 r20 on my stock tss wheel +50 offset .the only part that really rub is the front bumper air dam and the sway bar both of which can be removed and re installed. This does not require a cab mount chop or even the removal of the mud guard. Sway bar does not really rub until 98 percent from full lock and even then the rubbing is so slight it's hardly noticeable. Heating the front fender and forming it or removing it will get rid of the majority of rubbing. This is the largest size tire that you can run "without rubbing" in my opinion.
 

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I am running 295/60/20 I have the procomo 3/1 only thing I have done so they would not rub was move my front bumper out 1/2" with spacers
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