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275/70R18 With No Leveling Kit

Re: 275/70R18 With No Leveling Kit

Postby Z71 All Terrain » Jun 05 2013, 2:42pm

I'll probably get mine at Costco too once again they look great. Make sure you post on All Terrain roll call. You should look into the level get that I have Readylift T6 billet 2.25.
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Re: 275/70R18 With No Leveling Kit

Postby SheepDog [OP] » Jun 06 2013, 4:02am

Trucks are lookin good boys, here is mine with the lift and tires, much better in my opinion.


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Re: 275/70R18 With No Leveling Kit

Postby kenward » Jun 08 2013, 4:41pm

I just put duratracs 275/70/18 on mt 2011 silverado they rubbed front rear fender, did a lil trim and now they dont. Cost-0$
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Re: 275/70R18 With No Leveling Kit

Postby arz71 » Jun 08 2013, 9:12pm

I got BFG AT tires on my other Z71 and there is a difference.
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Re: 275/70R18 With No Leveling Kit

Postby Waterskier12 » Jan 10 2014, 4:43pm

Hey guys, been looking at this website for a long time and finally made an account so I'm new. But... hoping you guys could help me out, specifically Sheepdog and Farinacci. I too am an a position where I am waiting on my leveling kit but I'd like to but my new tires on tomorrow, they are the BFG A/T 275/70r18. Everything is stock on the truck. You guys said that you did this and were able to get by with minimal rubbing if you took it easy. I just need to get by until next week. Also, not sure if the trim package counts but its a 2008 Silverado 1500 LTZ Z71 crew cab. Tires would be going on the stock 18" rims.

From the sounds of it I'll get by, but just wanted to confirm. Thanks in advance!
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Re: 275/70R18 With No Leveling Kit

Postby hieneken49 » Nov 12 2015, 8:15pm

reviving this old thread,

Im lloking to get some LT275/70R18 Toyo HT with Tuff Guard, anyone running this tire? possible pics with 18" sierra wheels?
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Re: 275/70R18 With No Leveling Kit

Postby Kayne » Nov 14 2015, 8:27pm

I am planning on the same size in the spring. Wondering if they will fit with the Bilstein ride adjustable. What leveling kit are you using?
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Re: 275/70R18 With No Leveling Kit

Postby blackbowtie24 » Aug 15 2016, 1:57am

i know this is an old thread but what made yall get the 275 instead of the 285? the price difference is almost 200 between the two
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Re: 275/70R18 With No Leveling Kit

Postby GreenGoblin227 » Nov 05 2016, 1:46pm

Farinacci wrote:
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no rub with the mudflaps?
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Re: 275/70R18 With No Leveling Kit

Postby c4detination » May 11 2017, 3:35am

I just put 275/70r18 on my new body 2014 GMC and they clear and don't rub at stock height.
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