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Ok so I’ve searched I’ve asked questions in other threads and have gotten Zero response to my question I have a 2015 high altitude with the 1 inch lowering links I bought 22 x10.5 35 offset wheels I’m looking for the right tires that won’t rub

Will These all these fit? The 305’s are about 40 dollars cheaper then the 285 also I would like a 40 profile vs 35 if possible does anyone run any of these and have zero rubbing With the lowering links

305 40 22 fit
285 40 22
305 35 22


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305/40 will rub.

305/35, 295/35, and 285/40 will not


Thank you for the response,
So 285 40 won’t, do you ha e 22’s what’s your thoughts on the 35 vs 40 profile?
 

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Thank you for the response,
So 285 40 won’t, do you ha e 22’s what’s your thoughts on the 35 vs 40 profile?
I run 285/40 lowered. It runs as well as a 22in can, you definitely can feel more of the road compare to stock 20in on 265/50
 

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I run 285/40 lowered. It runs as well as a 22in can, you definitely can feel more of the road compare to stock 20in on 265/50


I was thinking of the lexani lx 20’s what’s your take on tires bud
 

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I was thinking of the lexani lx 20’s what’s your take on tires bud
I have falken ziex stz05. I got it because it's the best all season for snow. But ya if you want 305/35 you only have lexani or lionhart tires
 

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You can get vredestein 305/35r22, I run these, they match stock rolling diameter perfect, no rubbing (SRT)
This one too, but hard to come by and twice the price. Highly recommend vred if you can get it
 

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You can get pirelli's. I just bought a set of 305/35-22's today from discount tire. They called pirelli and will be here in 3-5 days.
 

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305/35-22 is the way to go. Here is a couple photo's
 

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305/35-22 is the way to go. Here is a couple photo's


What brand tires are you running and what’s your thoughts on the 35 profile with bumps potholes ect do you live in a shitty road area or not really?
 

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What brand tires are you running and what’s your thoughts on the 35 profile with bumps potholes ect do you live in a shitty road area or not really?
It won't be better than 265/50 or any of the stock sizes.
 

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There is a mixture. Some good roads and some bad but mostly bad here is Southern California. After having this set up for the past 4 months I could not be happier. I have the lowering links set at about level with just a slight rake and about 1.5" lower in all settings and the ride is still quite compliant in anything other than park mode where there is next to no suspension travel. All other setting including sport/aero mode is very good. A bit firmer but much sportier and planted around corners.
 

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I am running Lionhart H-Five Tiers and love them. Very reasonable and have held up very well thus far. My jeep is not an SRT. it is just a V6 Summit so, in my opinion, there is no reason to spend 3 times the price on a Pirelli performance tire. If I had an SRT or a HEMI with performance mods I would spend the money for the Pirelli's.
 

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That’s what I’m thinking as well I was looking at lexanis lx20’s they are about 135 for 285 40 22 I haven’t decided if I should do 305 or not, I was thinking the 286 might save some Extra weight
 

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No trust me go with the 305/35-22. You will look back and regret it if you don't. The Lionhart's are my choice and are about $160 each. Call James at Tires by Mark. They are in So Cal but will ship.
 

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I also heard better things with lionhart than lexani
 

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No trust me go with the 305/35-22. You will look back and regret it if you don't. The Lionhart's are my choice and are about $160 each. Call James at Tires by Mark. They are in So Cal but will ship.


Off subject but do you know the exact lengths of your lowering links?
 

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What wheels are you going with? I have the Zenetti Baron. They have a forged barrel so they are only 27.2lbs each and with Tires are 60lbs each.
 

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I have the velgan classic 5
 
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