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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-05-2012, 10:13 AM
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Yes both sizes will fit without any issues. They are both just slightly taller then the stock size.

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Yeah there is something about the 245/75 BFGoodrich AT's with the way that they are made and the width of the tread that allows them to somehow work without wheel spacers. I bet if you had wheel spacers installed it would be a different story. When you say no rub, was that during normal driving or no rub period as in off road also.
Ran them without a lift off roading at the Outer Banks on some of the trails on and off the beach and they did not rub.

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I have a 2006 XK with the 4.7 and I have 245/75/17 GY Duratracs and they fit with almost no rubbing. only time is at full turn going over a bump. I have a 2" RC lift I will be installing this wknd.
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I put mastercraft 255 70 17 on my stock commander only had to cut excess threads off upper ball joint. only normal highway and city driving so far no rubbing not much off roading yet but will be ok till I put in lift
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I'm very curious with this subject as well. I will be putting the 3/8 spacer from Rocky Road Outfitters on the front end and getting some new wheels. I was thinking with the spacer and correct offset wheels I would be able to get 255/70s. Am I thinking correctly or can I go larger. Also by doing the pinch weld mod and the "thermal remolding" of the inner fender how much more room can I gain?

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