Ultimate Tire Fitment Guide

Prime Jan 7, 2017

  1. Prime

    Prime Some Kind of In Charge? Admin

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    You guys are up. We need an all-in-one spot for tire fitment. So post up tire specifics. What fits, and how did you get it to fit. All posts should follow the format below:

    Tire Size: 265/75/16
    Tire Make/Model: LingLong Eco-Touring
    Wheel: OE 16" O/R Wheel
    Backspacking: 5.5"
    Spacers Req'd: No.
    Cutting Req'd: No.
    Other Mods Req'd: No.
    Lift on Truck: 2" Lift Radflo's w/ stock UCAs, PRG Shackles, 2" Body Lift
    Notes: Don't buy Chinese street tires. They're awful.

    Thanks.
     
  2. JeffPro4x

    JeffPro4x Hot Pipe Super Moderator Supporting Member

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    Location:
    Glenside, PA
    Tire Size: 285/75/16
    Tire Make/Model: Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac
    Wheel: OE 16" O/R Wheel
    Backspacking: 5.5"
    Spacers Req'd: No.
    Cutting Req'd: No.
    Other Mods Req'd: Melt mod for m, YMMV
    Lift on Truck: 3" front 3.5" rear

    sent from a crawlspace...
     
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  3. thecoalition

    thecoalition Call me Daddy

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    Location:
    Richmond, Va
    Tire Size: 285/75/16
    Tire Make/Model: General Grabber AT2
    Wheel: OE 16" S Wheel
    Backspacking: 5.5"
    Spacers Req'd: No.
    Cutting Req'd: No.
    Other Mods Req'd: Melt mod
    Lift on Truck: 3" front 3.5" rear
     
  4. jg8992

    jg8992 Hi, my name is Brandon

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    Location:
    Spotsylvania, VA
    Tire Size: 265/75/16
    Tire Make/Model: Goodyear Wrangler Authority
    Wheel: OE 16" O/R Wheel
    Backspacking: 5.5"
    Spacers Req'd: 1.5" (not required)
    Cutting Req'd: No.
    Other Mods Req'd: No.
    Lift on Truck: 3" front 3.5" rear


    Sent from your mom's house
     
  5. Darren foster

    Darren foster Bought an X

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    165
    Location:
    Galivants ferry s.c.
    Tire size:285/75/16
    Tire make: mud claw, Michelin
    Wheel: OE16"
    Backspacing: 5.5
    Spacer required: none
    Cutting: none
    Other mods: none
    Lift on truck: Rough Country 2.5 lift., which involves spacers on front strut towers and for the rear longer shackles. Great all around height rides smoother. Front suspension a little tight. Be sure to get shocks on the rear for this lift for stock shock will be maxxed. If on a budget, Rancho has a decent set.
     
  6. ChillyX

    ChillyX Test Drive

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    10
    Location:
    Denver
    Tire size:285/70/17
    Tire make: falken wildpeak a/t
    Wheel: level 8 mk6 17x8
    Backspacing: 4.5
    Spacer: none
    Cutting: slight bending of fenders behind plastic
    Other mods: melt mod on front and back of wheel well. Cam bolts adjusted to shift tire foreward. Spc uca’s to adjust alignment.
    Lift: 1 1/2”.
     
  7. TerryD

    TerryD Sliders Supporting Member

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    Location:
    Covington, Va
    Tire Size: LT285/75/R16
    Tire Make: Cooper Discoverer AT3
    Wheel: OE "S" Aluminum 16"
    Backspacing: 5.5"
    Spacer: No
    Melt Mod: Yes
    Cutting: No
    Lift: Stock height in these pictures. Now ~3" lift. 650lb/in 2.0 Rads front. Alcans rear.
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  8. TheCrabby1

    TheCrabby1 Test Drive

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    Location:
    Burtonsville, Md
    Hello TerryD , Noticed that your the only one here that says you put an LT type tire on . While reserching the wildpeak AT3W I noticed that the LT tires weighed more with a thicker sidewall and 5/32's deeper tread.I wanted to ask how is the road ride since mine's a DD and how the LT is offroad ?? I'm sticking with 265/75/16 size wise. To LT or not to LT would be the question !! Thanx Eddie""
     
  9. TerryD

    TerryD Sliders Supporting Member

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    Location:
    Covington, Va
    I don't think it's bad but my reference is a 3/4ton GMC running basically the same tires.

    I run 32-35psi in them normally on the X and we regularly take family trips in the X including about 8hr total worth of driving to Savannah earlier this year. I have pretty stiff suspension since I have to deal with 5 people's worth of gear for most trips with 3 kids.

    Offroad they've been great. I regularly run 15psi in them and have been as low as 13psi in some tough spots and haven't unseated a bead yet. There are some light cuts in the sidewalls but no leaks or punctures in 20k miles of mixed use.
     
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  10. TheCrabby1

    TheCrabby1 Test Drive

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    Location:
    Burtonsville, Md
    Thank's ! LT265/75/16 Falken Wildpeak AT3W'S IT SHALL BE !! just not till Xmas :(
     
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