largest tire with no lift

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  1. Kj71109

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    It rubs on the front fender liner screw, as you can see in the picture I have removed that screw. Also the front corner frame.

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    Beautiful Truck!
    Are the tires flush or less with the body panels? My concern would be kicking up mud and grime onto the sides so easily.
    I used to have the mudflaps but they all got ripped off on the trails. This truck should come with flexible flaps not rigid ones.
     
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    Thanks! They are flush and should tuck up under the fenders. I haven’t been at full flex yet to test that. This setup will throw road grime on the side of your vehicle but the rock sliders help limit some of that.
     
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    i'm going to try them with spacers, and without, plus currently have Johnson Rods installed, but may remove them and just use my Gap Tool. i'll udpate as i try each setup. Also will be grinding down the horns on the inside of the frame.
     
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    OK. I took the plunge and went with the nittos on 265 50 20. They look great IMO. We tried to mount the BF's in 275 55 20 and they just got stuck in the frame. Not sure if its my wheel but they were not just rubbing. They got stuck really bad. Not safe at all.
     
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    I've had them for over a year, you will be happy! Wife couldn't notice any sound difference and they drive great on and off-road.
     
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    very nice. where you get them? 9.5 or 10in wide? I want some.
     
  8. Kj71109

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    Wheels: Redbourne Wilks 20x9.5” ET32. Got the whole setup(4): wheels,tires, tpms(still don’t work), and lugs for $2231 from discount tire direct.
     
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    FYI

    I know I am reviving an old thread, but tirebuyer.com has the Nitto G2's for $167.77 after rebate, I purchased 4 just now, will post once they're on with a review.
     
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    Hi, i'm a new LR4 owner ,I have it for about a month now. The 2011 LR4 has 19in wheels, it came with 255/55/19 michilen tires want to buy new tires. has anyone tried the Continental TerrainContact A/T? , Also does anyone know whats the widest i can go without rubbing thanks .
     

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