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Old 08-09-2019, 05:34 PM #1
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265 70 16 tires on a 3 inch lift

I am thinking of putting 265 70 16 tires on my 98 limited with 1.5 inch wheel spacers. Would that look too small on the truck and do anyone have any pictures of 265 70 16 on a 3 inch lift that they can post. Thanks
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My buddy Ryan has this same setup, hopefully he sees this and posts a pic. It looks fine but definitely could use more tire.
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That's what I'm running and the only time I feel like they're small is when I'm sitting next to someone with 285's (or larger).

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I'd worry about how it works, personally. That's a great tire size for our trucks, btw!
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I've got 265/70/16 on mine that has about a 2 inch leveling kit, so if you have a 3 inch lift I'd go with 265/75 but it's up to you

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My buddy Ryan has this same setup, hopefully he sees this and posts a pic. It looks fine but definitely could use more tire.
Reviving this thread. I do now see the post.
99, 3 inch OME lift, 1.5 spacers and 265/70/16's.
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It's a good tire size IMO. I have yet to really wheel it since I put the spacers on so I'm hoping I wont have any rubbing under flex but we'll see. I'll probably go up a size in the future.
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That's what I'm running and the only time I feel like they're small is when I'm sitting next to someone with 285's (or larger).
Maybe I'm wrong but I think you are on 265/75's, not 265/70's. There is a noticeable visual difference between them.

I would do 265/75's. It is still pretty conservative and not all that much bigger than factory sizing.
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Why would you go through the hassle and expense of lifting it just to run the factory tire size? Itís your money but it seems like itíd be better spent elsewhere if youíre not going to take advantage of being able to run bigger tires.

If thatís a typo and you want to run 265/75-16s, then thatís a different story
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Maybe I'm wrong but I think you are on 265/75's, not 265/70's. There is a noticeable visual difference between them.

I would do 265/75's. It is still pretty conservative and not all that much bigger than factory sizing.
Yep. I'm rocking 265/75's. Read the initial post wrong.
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I've got a 96 on 99 springs running 265/70/16 and there's definitely some room there. I'd love to go to a 285/75 but I haven't confirmed that it won't rub.

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Maybe I'm wrong but I think you are on 265/75's, not 265/70's. There is a noticeable visual difference between them.

I would do 265/75's. It is still pretty conservative and not all that much bigger than factory sizing.

I'm happy with my 265/75s on stock suspension, had to hammer the pinch weld and cut a little off the edge of the front bumper, but they look good IMO.
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