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These angles what you looking for?
 

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35x12.50r20 on stock wheels, rubs a bit on the frame at full lock with 2" cranked, UCA's, Diff drop, and shock spacers.
Did you use the Rough Country 3.5 kit?

Which stock wheels do you have? Backspacing on those?

Pics! Good Sir! Pics!
 

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All stock..didn't want to front end level..
 

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35x12.50r20 on stock wheels, rubs a bit on the frame at full lock with 2" cranked, UCA's, Diff drop, and shock spacers.
4x4 CC looks like you fit some pretty big tires.

What leveling kit did you use?

Post some pics of those 35" tires. :coolnana:
 

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Hey there I need some help, does anyone know if a 275/54r20 duratrac will fit on a 20x9 +20 offset wheel with out running?? Thanks!
 

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Dually tires

I have a '17 Denali Dually with stock 235/80 R17E tires. I'd like to "up size" when these Michelins wear out.
Any suggestions?

Mike
 

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2500 Denali...275 65 20 BFG's KO2 Just installed last night..so far so good, 285's would have been rubbing some..all stock, no torsion bar turns..

I have the exact same brand tires on my 2017 but in the 285 size with NO rubbing and room to go a bit larger if one wanted....your truck looks great by the way....hard to beat the 2500 in the looks and performance aspect in my opinion...
 

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Will 285/60/r20 work with no rubbingnon stock wheels, Id like to keep the factory mudflaps? I had run that size on my 2011 and I just upgraded to 2017
 

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So will 285/60/20 work on a Chevy 2017 2500 hd 4x4 Or can I go bigger with no rubbing ?
Depends what you mean by bigger..wider or taller? I have 305/55/20 on my 2017, stock suspension and they fit no problem. I personally like the wider look vs tall and skinny.
 

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So will 285/60/20 work on a Chevy 2017 2500 hd 4x4 Or can I go bigger with no rubbing ?
To help answer your question though I would say the 285/60/20 would fit no problem based on the specs comparing my 305/55 to the 285/60.
 

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Good Year DuraTrac 285/ 60/ 20 look good on my Denali, no rub...but might have to take the mud flap off. (Snow / mud build up and can use extra clearance)
 

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Any ride difference with being cranked up?

Dealership told me they prefer stock keys cranked up and then aligned on 305/55r20.

4x4 shop recommended new keys and 35s.
 

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Any ride difference with being cranked up?

Dealership told me they prefer stock keys cranked up and then aligned on 305/55r20.

4x4 shop recommended new keys and 35s.
305/55/20 on stock rims fit fine on my 2017 without any cranks..plenty of room.
 

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Just installed 295/55r20 ditto ridge grapplers today on my truck. Zero rubbing and no mods done.
 

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Any ride difference with being cranked up?

Dealership told me they prefer stock keys cranked up and then aligned on 305/55r20.

4x4 shop recommended new keys and 35s.


Slightly harsher
Wears the front end a little quicker.
Don’t want to go up so you have any substantial CV angle.
305 is a safe size

Don’t just do keys. Keys are 1/10th of the equation. If you throw new keys on and go 35s you will accomplish points 1 and 2 a hell of a lot quicker.

If you want bigger tires throw a legit lift on it.


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