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Old 10-11-2020, 10:23 PM #1
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275/70/17 Wildpeaks on stock suspension, will they rub?

Hi, I'm looking at new tires and wheels and leaning towards 275/70/17 Falken Wildpeaks. The specs show them to be a "big" 275 at 32.4in diameter, kind of in-between a 275 and 285 when compared to more standard sizing. So after a bunch of searching it seems like a lot of the advice on here about going bigger is tough to apply to these specific tires.

Anyone running 275 Wildpeaks with stock suspension and if so, any issues with rubbing?

For wheels, I'm eyeing the Relations Race Wheels RR5 17"x8.5" in 0 offset (if they come back in stock soon as promised). Motegi Trailites MR150 are looking like solid, cheaper backup option.

Fwiw, I've been running 18"x9" wheels with 32.13" Cooper ATs for a few years with no rubbing. Previous owner installed, and it's about time to replace tires so I'm taking the opportunity to do it all and go back to 17s.
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I have 265/70r17 and they are significantly larger than your standard 265's, so I'd say they probably will.
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I have 265/70r17 and they are significantly larger than your standard 265's, so I'd say they probably will.
Thanks, are your 265s rubbing at all?
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Hi, I'm looking at new tires and wheels and leaning towards 275/70/17 Falken Wildpeaks. The specs show them to be a "big" 275 at 32.4in diameter, kind of in-between a 275 and 285 when compared to more standard sizing. So after a bunch of searching it seems like a lot of the advice on here about going bigger is tough to apply to these specific tires.

Anyone running 275 Wildpeaks with stock suspension and if so, any issues with rubbing?

For wheels, I'm eyeing the Relations Race Wheels RR5 17"x8.5" in 0 offset (if they come back in stock soon as promised). Motegi Trailites MR150 are looking like solid, cheaper backup option.

Fwiw, I've been running 18"x9" wheels with 32.13" Cooper ATs for a few years with no rubbing. Previous owner installed, and it's about time to replace tires so I'm taking the opportunity to do it all and go back to 17s.
I've run these tires on my stock '16 Trail for 15,000 miles. I rub on the driver's side fender liner at full lock in reverse. Occasionally I hit the mudflaps if I'm turning and hit a bump.
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Thanks, are your 265s rubbing at all?
Yea I had to do the fender mod for them
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For those that had rubbing on the 275s, what did you have to do to minimize rubbing? Fender-liner/mudflaps or did you need a lift?

I'm open to a small front lift but aiming to keep suspension as close to stock as possible.
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I have Falken wildpeak at3w in 275/70/17 on Trd Pro wheels 4mm offset. All I needed to do was move the liner forward and trim a small portion of the front bumper, doesn't rub on the mud flaps on road or off.

I do have a 2.5inch front lift and Jba UCA with close to 5 degrees of caster, so YMMV.

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For those that had rubbing on the 275s, what did you have to do to minimize rubbing? Fender-liner/mudflaps or did you need a lift?

I'm open to a small front lift but aiming to keep suspension as close to stock as possible.
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Thanks y'all, really helpful!
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Add me to the list. I removed the mud flaps anyway but did not do the fender mod. There was slight rubbing, one tire only.

It is not that the P265s are tall--they are actually short--it is that they are extremely wide for a 265. They are as wide as many 285s. The LT 265 are taller than the P version.

My current 265 MT ATZ P3 are much taller than the P265 Wildpeaks (full 32") but they do not rub.
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Installed today: confirmed that they rub! Mild rub on small section of mudflaps when slow turning.

I have a 1" lift on front AND I did the fender liner mod and bumper trim so no rubbing in front of the tires.

Getting an alignment on Monday with max caster and hoping that does the trick.

Was it worth it? Yep! These tires look and feel awesome.
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I have these on a stock 2021 off road premium and they do not rub.
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Mine only kissed the mudflap while in reverse and I mean BARELY touched them.

Get an alignment to adjust them accordingly if needed.
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Yes they will rub.

Messing with the alignment to the point of it handling squirrelly so they donít rub is not the answer.
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Messing with the alignment to the point of it handling squirrelly so they donít rub is not the answer.
The alignment is for the lift I just installed.

Will try heating and pressing the mudflaps with the heat gun or just removing them if that doesn't work.
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