Has anyone run or seen 285/75/18 on stock wheels?

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I’m throwing around ideas, I have a 2.5 level getting installed in the next week or so and 1.5 wheel spacers. My first choice is 295/70/18, I don’t want to do any trimming. Then I thought about this size, taller than stock and just slightly wider. What do you guys think? Anyone run this setup?
 
I’m throwing around ideas, I have a 2.5 level getting installed in the next week or so and 1.5 wheel spacers. My first choice is 295/70/18, I don’t want to do any trimming. Then I thought about this size, taller than stock and just slightly wider. What do you guys think? Anyone run this setup?
That's what I have. As2.5, 295/70/18, Baja boss AT. No trimming no rubbing rides great.
 

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That's what I have. As2.5, 295/70/18, Baja boss AT. No trimming no rubbing rides great.
Yeah, I saw your ride, looks awesome! What’s the offset on those wheels? How do you like those tires?
 
Yeah, I saw your ride, looks awesome! What’s the offset on those wheels? How do you like those tires?
+18, tires are great. Not too much road noise, reasonably smooth, didn't change ride drastically. Almost 35s
 
Just a 2” spacer. Has the ever so slightest bit of rake. Waiting for a real lift kit to be released.
Very good - thanks! That's exactly my plan - run 2 inch spacers, run 285/75's, and wait for a good quality, good riding, good performing kit to come out. I'm assuming you're not experiencing any rubbing?
 
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I’m tagging in here. I like the idea of 285/75 on the factory rim.
 
Very good - thanks! That's exactly my plan - run 2 inch spacers, run 285/75's, and wait for a good quality, good riding, good performing kit to come out. I'm assuming you're not experiencing any rubbing?
I have no rubbing what so ever. I home icon releases a kit for the truck. I’m not doing anything less than coilovers.
 
Here’s the truck from a few angles for people wanting to see this size tire on stock wheels n level. For the time being I will be putting on 1.5” wheel spacers. The flush wheel stance is killing me. But it clears the upper control arms with much ease.
 

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Here’s the truck from a few angles for people wanting to see this size tire on stock wheels n level. For the time being I will be putting on 1.5” wheel spacers. The flush wheel stance is killing me. But it clears the upper control arms with much ease.
Man, now I’m really interested in the 285s. They look great and yes I’m the same way with wanting the tire to stick out a smidge. I have the 2.5 level and 1.5 wheel spacers coming in this week. I just wasn’t sure if I’d be happy with the skinny 285s vs 305s. I’ve always run 12-12.5 wide tires on my trucks and Jeeps and the 275s just look too skinny. Didn’t think the 285s would look that good!
 
Here’s the truck from a few angles for people wanting to see this size tire on stock wheels n level. For the time being I will be putting on 1.5” wheel spacers. The flush wheel stance is killing me. But it clears the upper control arms with much ease.
Unsolicited opinion here but the Maxxis Razr MT is an outstanding tire. I've had them on my Raptor ever since the OEM BFGs wore out. Started with 315's but now have E-rated 35's. Outstanding performance, minimal road noise, very aggressive look. Highly recommended.
 
I have no rubbing what so ever. I home icon releases a kit for the truck. I’m not doing anything less than coilovers.
For what it’s worth Eibach now has Tremor specific lift springs. When paired with their shock it’s 2.7” of lift in the front. I ordered the setup this morning for mine. I really like the look of the 285. I don’t mind the more flush look. Set out a little looks good too I just hate throwing rocks down the side. Those tires look mean on there. I’ll probably stick with the Toyo AT 3 because I put so many miles on in a years time. They won’t look as good as that does though!
 
For what it’s worth Eibach now has Tremor specific lift springs. When paired with their shock it’s 2.7” of lift in the front. I ordered the setup this morning for mine. I really like the look of the 285. I don’t mind the more flush look. Set out a little looks good too I just hate throwing rocks down the side. Those tires look mean on there. I’ll probably stick with the Toyo AT 3 because I put so many miles on in a years time. They won’t look as good as that does though!
Thank you! I am a big fan of the Falken AT3 for an all terrain tire. But when it comes to MT tires BFG KM3 is my go to. However I couldn’t get them in 285. So I gave the Maxxis a try. They look great… are quite as heck and ride really nice. After 5k miles on them… look like the haven’t even worn at all too. I got 5 of them installed and aligned for $1800.
 
Unsolicited opinion here but the Maxxis Razr MT is an outstanding tire. I've had them on my Raptor ever since the OEM BFGs wore out. Started with 315's but now have E-rated 35's. Outstanding performance, minimal road noise, very aggressive look. Highly recommended.
Agreed
 

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