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Will 275 / 60 / 20s fit a 2008 crewmax 4x4? That middle # is usually 55 so I’m not sure! Found a great deal on some used 60s in excellent shape but just concerned I might not be able to turn without it rubbing?
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According to this https://tiresize.com/calculator/

The 275/60/20 will be about an inch taller than a 275/55/20.
Not being wider should help with your turning.

I don't think you'll have a problem but the only way to know would be to install the fronts and see.
The rears will be fine..

Good luck and welcome to the forum 5 years late..:)
 

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According to this https://tiresize.com/calculator/

The 275/60/20 will be about an inch taller than a 275/55/20.
Not being wider should help with your turning.

I don't think you'll have a problem but the only way to know would be to install the fronts and see.
The rears will be fine..

Good luck and welcome to the forum 5 years late..<img src="http://tundratalk.net/forums/images/TundraTalk_net/smilies/tango_face_smile.png" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />

Thank you Sir! Yeah so I did some more reading and I think it will probably fit ok without rubbing as far as that goes. My bigger concern now though is does it mess with your shifting /ratios etc too much because my trans is already probably on its last leg so I’d be very worried to do *anything* that might upset it in any way. You can use one of those speedo recalibrators but heck those are like $200. No thanks!
 

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I have 275/60/R20's on a 2012 CM

I like the larger sidewall. No noticeable difference (to me) in how it drove/shifted.
 
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