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It bugs me that 35’s don’t fit...

Discussion in 'Lifted Supension - Z71 & 4x4' started by Fifty, Oct 26, 2020.

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    man that looks good!
     
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    would be cool, if those worked like a tank tread ;)
     
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    2005 tahoe, with level kit. Keys are just about maxed out. 33" fury country hunter m/t x 12.50 x 24's
    24x10 Positive 24 offset no rubbing
    Wanted 35" m/t but would've had to trim
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    Can someone post what needs to be trimmed for 35’s on a level with zero offset vs Oem offset?

    I know on most vehicles, the Oem (having offset) bs requires less trimming.

    I think the 18 inch oem wheels are 8 wide so that can run a skinny 35 no problem and even a 12.5 wide if needed.
     
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    I messaged them. Who knows. Maybe they will respond.
    It’s crazy that this community doesn’t have a trim list for wheels/tires and lifts.

    even the Colorado community kind of has that and it’s a group that has burned so many manufacturers and vendors that it’s almost a dead platform.
     
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    guessing notmany are rushing to put 35's on. shrug

    i lowered mine

    if i lifted it, id probably stick w/ 33's or 34's
     
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    i think the point that most are missing is this...
    for practicality of the intended use, most will not run a 35" tire on these vehicles, there are lifts that accommodate such size.

    to run a tire of that size with little to no lift is not how the vehicle was engineered, CAN a person get a 35" tire on with massaging or trimming, probably so, but will it perform as it should...highly unlikely.

    just driving down the road using a 3-4" travel aspect, the tire will probably roll, but try to USE the vehicle and all things go south rather quickly.

    the newer generation mall crawler would love to have 20" w x 40" t tire on a lowered truck...just doesnt work
     
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