Short Bus said:Here are some pics of my truck with 265/65's
ItsOnVoy said:I am not 100% what my tires are but ill check and if they are what your looking for ill put up some pictures of it for ya! Because my tires were changed a couple of years ago but not sure what I have to be honest lol size wise at least
What is that graveyard doing on your windshield? loll
hitman said:Hey all im looking into the possibility of going to a bigger tire size, anybody out there have a pic of maybe 265/65 os similar at stock height???
did some digging around and not much around with more aggressive tires at stock height...
hitman said:Awesome how do they drive any rubbing or anything ?
NewfieEnvoy said:Someone needs a razor blade!
wootown22 said:If you are wanting an 'aggressive tread' (all terrain vs all season im assuming) you might have a hard time fitting a 265 tire if its on 17s... I guess it depends on how aggressive you want the tread.
there was NO way mine would have fit without significant rubbing (not to mention ball joint scraping) if I didn't lift it and put on spacers. Might want to look into the 245s? what size are your rims? I see you have an LTZ too so im assuming 17s...
265/70/17 Falken Rocky Mountains
wootown22 said:After driving the tb before and after the lift, I won't ever go back to stock. Replacing suspension components increased handling by 2141023819%. I did the lift spacers shocks springs for a little over $400. Plus big sexy tires
wootown22 said:Replacing suspension components increased handling by 2141023819%
jbones said:255/65/17 Michelin LTX MS2, not aggressive, plenty of clearance, and no mods required for this size tire.
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gmcman said:Sweet tire! I was going to splurge for those in that size since they don't have our size in 245. How do they ride, any change in MPG? I heard they were were rough the first few hundred but alot of tires are, can't trust all the reviewers though.