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275-55-20 2015 Altitude

Does this size (275/55/20) fit a 2015 stock Altitude (Laredo)? I am trying to figure out the max size without any rubbing. Searched the threads with no luck. I was interested in the Michelin Defender LTX M/S, they don't come on 275/50/20 like the Premier does. They don't come stock size, at least on Discount Tire (265/50/20), but I wanted to go wider anyway.

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Re: 275-55-20 2015 Altitude

Yes they will fit...do a search
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Yes they will fit...do a search
I did a search with no luck. I guess I'll try again later for more info.
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I did a search with no luck. I guess I'll try again later for more info.
Yes, I ran that setup before my lift. It only rubbed in the rear liner a little when turning and hitting a bump
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Yes, I ran that setup before my lift. It only rubbed in the rear liner a little when turning and hitting a bump
In other words ...this size rubs.
I don't know why people keep buying this size when there are countless posts about them rubbing.

If you want to upsize 285/50/20 never rubs with stock wheels.
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In other words ...this size rubs.
I don't know why people keep buying this size when there are countless posts about them rubbing.

If you want to upsize 285/50/20 never rubs with stock wheels.
Yes it fits, yes it rubbed very very slightly. Not an issue worth deterring someone from getting that size but worth mentioning to someone that was considering it. Personally, I like the look of my 275/55 over a 285/50
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Yes it fits, yes it rubbed very very slightly. Not an issue worth deterring someone from getting that size but worth mentioning to someone that was considering it. Personally, I like the look of my 275/55 over a 285/50
I wanted a bit more cushion that's why I wanted to double check if that size fit. A bit of liner rubbing is not a big deal. Not to mention the Michelin's don't come on that size.
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In other words ...this size rubs.
I don't know why people keep buying this size when there are countless posts about them rubbing.

If you want to upsize 285/50/20 never rubs with stock wheels.
Would 275/55/20 BFG AT Ko2s rub with the 5100s all around (front set to 1.75"), and 1.5" wheel spacers on stock 20's? any insight would be great!
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Would 275/55/20 BFG AT Ko2s rub with the 5100s all around (front set to 1.75"), and 1.5" wheel spacers on stock 20's? any insight would be great!
I believe you're the one asking me questions on my personal thread. The wheels spacers actually fixed my rubbing issue even at stock height with the 275-55-20. I have 1.25" rear and 1" front
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275/55/20 do not rub. Ran them on my 12 Altitude, and now my 14 Limited. Stock with no lift or spacers


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I believe you're the one asking me questions on my personal thread. The wheels spacers actually fixed my rubbing issue even at stock height with the 275-55-20. I have 1.25" rear and 1" front
Sounds good! Any particular reason for the difference between front and back?
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Sounds good! Any particular reason for the difference between front and back?
Just from my eyeballing, it would make them sit with an even flushness to the fenders. In actuality, they're probably 1/8" less flush than the rears.
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