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from what i've read this tire size comes out to be about 34" and is the same size thats on the stock f-250 with the 20 inch rims. for one i want a tire that is bigger than 33" but i'll probably rub at 35" also, this tire is extremely cheap in the 140-160 range. has anybody run this size tire before? i'm looking at this size in the goodyear wrangler. will do some light off roading (just don't wanna get stuck and embarassed) but it is mainly for looks. any advice?
 

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Which wrangler tire... Im guessing you are wanting the A/T tire? You should be able to go a little bigger, I have a 285-65-20 and they dong rub at all. If you want an idea to look at the new chevys. some of them are coming with them..
 

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yea the a/t. does anybody know how these tires are off road?
 

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Goodyear Wrangler a/t AND offroad don't go together,.. especially not if that offroad includes mud..
 

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Yea, if you just look at the pattern you can tell that. But like everything you pay for what you get. Just search through the forum and you might find some more information on this tire... or you might find another tire you like.. Good Luck
 

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alright i've read some reviews on other sites and they say this tire is pretty much junk in anything besides pavement. instead i'm gona go with 305/55/20 nitto terra grapplers. i found them for $250 a piece on the internet so i'm gona go with those.
 

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I have those exact tires(goodyears) and they are great off-road. This includes mud, grass, and some rocky hill climbs. I even pulled my friends F150 out of the mud the other day in 2wd with my truck.
 

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do you have any rubbing issues? i have a 2wd but my leveling kit sat it pretty high up front. probably higher than a stock 4x4.
 

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awesome thanks for the pic. i think thats the tire i'm gona go with and its nice to know it looks good
 

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I'll try and get a few more pic's posted. Tire do rub a little sometimes at full turn. depends on suspension angle. Tire don't look like it is stuffed in the wheel wells.
 

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i had them goodyear at/s in a 305 \75\16 on my old chevy took them off after 2 months cause when i would go hunting they would slide every where on the dirt roads when it would rain they would spin on the pavement real easy and if it rained in my yard i would have to put it in 4x4 to keep it from spinning the back but they were a great street tire
 
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