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Would a set of 265/70/17's look bad or small with a front 1.5" level? I bottomed out my bull bar again this morning backing out of my driveway. Almost everywhere in Houma you have to go up or down a curb. I don't really want to shell out for 285's.
 

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Sweet

im curious to see also

btw im in new iberia
The company I work for has an office in New Iberia. Bayou Boeuf Electric.
 

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Actually, the price for 285/70's wasn't bad. I got Firestone Destinations for $169.95/tire, and that's mounted and balanced at Amite Tire. No level kit.

With these on, I doubt any curb in Houma would be a problem. If you'd like to see, PM. I work Tuesdays in Houma, and every other weekend in Gray.
 

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i am still in the berry i think the level kit with the 265 will look ok..
 

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ive got a 3" body lift i just installed this weekend on, and no leveling kit. im runnging 265/70R17's on it, and they dont look bad at all, allthough i wouldnt go any smaller, or a bigger lift with them.


ill get some pics tomorrow for ya
 

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Hey, I forgot to log on to this thread yesterday, and upload some pics.

Here's my '05 leveled on 265/70/17.
 

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here ya go. 265/70R17s with 3"body lift. no leveling kit(yet!)


 

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That doesn't look bad at all. Plus I am only doing a 1-1/2". I will get it going once I do my taxes and get my refund.
 
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