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I can't afford to do everything at once. I have to go one step at a time.

I am planning on a 6" Pro Comp or maybe the new 6" Rough Country (that doesn't relocate the torsion arms lower). I plan on a 35" or 37" tire.

I don't want to lift the truck and run 245's, so I'll buy the wheels now and lift it later.

I figure 16x9 or 17x9 are what I'll run as every 10" rim I've seen sticks out too wide. I like the look of 315's on a 17" wheel.

Anyway, if I buy the wheels now, what tire size will fit at stock height?

It's a Silverado 2500 HD 4x4. Front torsion bars are 1-ton units (snow plow package) and I've turned them up two full turns each (raised it about 1.5 inches).

Thanks!
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These are off of Nittos website

Lt285/75 R16 16.5 32.68 11.33 7.5-(8.0)-9.0

Lt305/70 R16 16.5 32.68 12.4 8.0-(9.0)-9.5

They don't list the load rating letter.

The LT285/75 R16 122Q Terra Grappler shows 3305lbs at 65psi. I guess I need to find a conversion chart to see if that is D or E!

Thanks!
 
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