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i just have factory wheels with a cognito 3 inch lift in the front, but i do pull a goose neck with a small tractor & dozer and other landscaping stuff, the reason for the question is that i had a friend with a 05 powerstroke with some 22's and he pulled my little dozer while i pulled the tractor, and he bend a wheel in the process i dunno if it was the type of wheel or the weight of the dozer....and input will help out greatly!!-Thanks
 

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It all depends on the look you're going for. 22's in my opinion are way to big to be towing with. You could get away with 20's as long as they are rated for what you're using them for. Most tire companies post the max load on their websites as well. Just do some research. I love the look of 20's with 33's, and the t bars cranked but you won't be able to get away with easily towing a ton this way unless you plan for it.
 

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It all depends on the look you're going for. 22's in my opinion are way to big to be towing with. You could get away with 20's as long as they are rated for what you're using them for. Most tire companies post the max load on their websites as well. Just do some research. I love the look of 20's with 33's, and the t bars cranked but you won't be able to get away with easily towing a ton this way unless you plan for it.

A 2500hd that runs around town has 20" on 33" Terra Grapplers pulling a CAT 287B (10K+). He pulls everyday around town on a bumper pull equipment trailer. Another guy in town has 22s on street tires but I have only seen him pulling a 14ft single axle cargo trailer. As long as the tire has an E rating it should be fine. But if you hit a pot hole with little to no side wall with alot of weight say goodbye to that rim and tire. MY $.02.

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