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Larger Tires, 2014 GC, Overland Diesel, QL2

Hey Guys, newbie here, forgive the mistakes.

I've done a lot of reading on here and other sites regarding larger tires on the 2014 GC, with QL 2, and seeing conflicting responses. So thought i would post here to see if i can get any direct feedback.

Long story short, blew a OE tire this weekend, and want to replace with some 275/55r20 Terra Grapplers. Does anyone have a similar setup, or even with the same tire that can tell me if these things will rub or not? That is the conflict i see, some say yes, some say no, the dealer says they will, just want a straight answer. I'm not really concerned about park mode, but don't want them rubbing when turning or in sport mode.

Appreciate the feedback. Thanks!

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Re: Larger Tires, 2014 GC, Overland Diesel, QL2

I also have the QLII and I have no rubbing at all even at park height. I have 275/65/18's on mine which equals a total tire size of 32.07 inches (814.7mm). Your 275/55/20's would be a total size of 31.91 inches (810.5mm) which are slighty smaller. You should be fine with those, I would be surprised if they rub.
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