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official tire size chart.

Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by blzn74, May 7, 2002.

  1. blzn74

    blzn74 Member
    Messages: 45

  2. Power mad

    Power mad Member
    from Oregon
    Messages: 75

    ya those are BASIC guide lines to go by.
    I have seen lots of them and they all differ.
    Most of the time some cutting is required.
    some get by on a 4" lift and 33's and some have no lift.
    The wheels play a huge part in it .
    Negitive or positive backspacing, how much backspacing etc.
    type of springs.
    It is realy a crap shoot.
    My buddy had 33's and no lift and no trimming.
    He went to 38x12.5 TSL's and a 2.5 lift and some trimming.
    Ok he hacked the crap out of them LOL.
    But hacked sounds tacky, it was nicely done and looks killer.
    He also has a 14 bolt rear and D60 front so that adds a bit too.