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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-19-2008, 09:22 PM Thread Starter
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22'' wheels with all terrains?

So I changed my mind about the setup that I currently have and I'm interested in putting bigger wheels on. I'm looking into a set of 22's but I want an all terrain tire. I found the Cooper Zeon LTZ however I have no clue if it will fit. The total diameter of the tire is 31.64 and the size is 305/40/R22. Is this too big of a tire for the 2'' lift? I know i might be asking for too much with trying that tire being that it's pretty wide.
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As long as you are not taller than 32" total and wider than 10" you should be fine.



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Not the answer I wanted being that 305 is 12in. but guess I have to keep looking for a tire
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The 12" tire would rub to much unless you offset your rim another 2"





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Ok I found a 285/45/R22 but the total diameter is 32.05 .The 285 is a little over 11 in. Would that work with 1.25 spacers that I'm running now?
The wheel has a 18 offset not sure if that works for me or against me?

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I think your fine with the .05, not sure about the 11 inches but ask the vendor to mount one and check your turn radius for rub being sure to see how much space you have between the tire and "the bolt" in the upper control arm.



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Hey man... if you run with this setup and want to get rid of your black stock wheels, let me know.


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Sciron, not sure I'm getting rid of those wheels yet cause I travel alot being that I'm in the military and they move me around alot so I might use those wheels n tires whenever I travel so that I don't wear out the more costly setup. I'll think about it though, either way I think shipping would be alot cheaper for you once I get to NC rather than shipping them from up here in alaska. I'll let you know for sure once I make up my mind, not too mention that I don't even know if I can run the setup I'm trying to get.
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I sure hope you've got a V8. That's a lot of rotational mass on a heavy vehicle.
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Nope got a V6 haven't had a problem with the current setup running the stock wheels and bfg km2's which are freakin heavy too. I think I'll be alright. That's if I even have the vehicle for long. I'm in the process of getting it declared a lemon but either way I just want a replacement commander not a refund.
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