Ok I read the posts about putting 285's on the stock rims...I want to keep the stock rims and put 285's on them and will do some towing. Which tire brand in a 285 would be best for wear & stability?
Do you notice excessive wear down the center of the tread from running on stock rims?osky;1602986; said:I run the Bridgestone AT Revo's in the 285/75R/16. They get great traction, quiet, wear and look good. If you are looking for an all-terrain tire, go to this website. It compares different tires. Hope this helps.
Don't do It get the right size rim or use a 265:idea:MRC;1602927; said:Ok I read the posts about putting 285's on the stock rims...I want to keep the stock rims and put 285's on them and will do some towing. Which tire brand in a 285 would be best for wear & stability?
I was going to do the same thing. I wanted the 285 and stay with the stack rim. I was told bad idea. I do alot of towing it was not recamended. I ended up going with 265 75R 16 and there great tires. off BFG's web site.Joe Buck;1603843; said:Don't do It get the right size rim or use a 265:idea:
10-4! I've been running 285's on my factory PYO's since I bought my truck. Beat the ever-lovin' sh*t outta my wheels/tires, over curbs, rocks, mud, ice, skidding around in the dirt, drifting into curbs, etc. I also tow a 6,000+lb traile with it and have had no problems.goth2o;1605909; said:I had 315 BFG MT's on a factory GM 6 lug wheels with no wear issues. I sold the truck with over 20,000 on the tires. 285's are very common on factory wheels these days.