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Old 02-07-2012, 01:32 PM
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Re: Need a off-road tire for Overland?

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Hey Tomc53, Do you think the Terra 275/55r20 (there 31.8" by 11.10" vs stock 30.50 by 1075) will work on the same wheels or would they rub up front? Could you post a picture of your front wheel to see how much clearance there is. That would help a lot, I do more off road. Thanks!
Here is a link to another member with 275/55/20 Terra Grapplers on the same wheels...

New Tires....Nitto Terra Grapplers 275/55/20
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Re: Need a off-road tire for Overland?

Here you go, this pic is of my 265 50 20. From all that I've read and seen, I don't think the 275's would rub. This pic is with the suspension in the normal position. I only go off road in the forest and during hunting season so the 265's are fine for me.

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Re: Need a off-road tire for Overland?

Impossible, in my opinion. To me those tires look like yours, 265/50r20. The side wall on 275/55 should be higher at least by 1". They just don't look like a 31.8" tire to me vs your 30.5". That would mean you have more room in your wheel well if these are 275/55r20. Anyway just my thoughts.
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