Will toyo 355-60-20 fit on 08? anyone got any pics with that size tire on there truck - Diesel Truck Forum - TheDieselGarage.com
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Will toyo 355-60-20 fit on 08? anyone got any pics with that size tire on there truck

Just wondering if anyone has 355-60-20 on there 08's without a liftkit but the 2.5 leveling kit..any pics would be great thanks
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I don't think you will be able to run an almost 37" tire with just a leveling kit. I think you will have rubbing clearance issues. How wide a wheel?
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i have 325/60/20's without rubbing, but its pretty close. i would have to say no way on stock rims. aftermarket with diffferent backspacing maybe.
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I don't think you will be able to run an almost 37" tire with just a leveling kit. I think you will have rubbing clearance issues. How wide a wheel?

I run 37inch bfg Krawlers with just a leveling kit

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What kind of leveling kit did you go with? I was considering Rev tech and dr racing. I just didn't want to change my front springs with the dr kit, because mine are rated for the snow plow. dr's kit replaces the whole spring with no spacer. That's why at this point I'm leaning towards the rev tech kit.

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