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Well its about time for some new shoes on my truck. Im set on the Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revos, question is the size. Im not to worried about the cost cause there all under 600 for the set, so thats fine for my budget. But Im looking at 245/70R17, 255/70R17, and 265/70R17. I think if you all say the 265's will fit no problem, Ill get them.

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Sorry, its a 2004 1500, regular cab, short bed, V6, 5 Speed, 2WD, Stock height.

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Broke EF said:
Sorry, its a 2004 1500, regular cab, short bed, V6, 5 Speed, 2WD, Stock height.

Sean
The Revos are great tires! You will love them.
 

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So does anyone know if the 265's will clear without rubbing?

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Bro 265/70-17 is an optional stock tire size. As said above you can easily go larger.

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...iv seen another member with 265's and they look nice...im thinkin of gettin them with black wheels as a second set to have...
 

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Here is a pic of my stock 265/70R17s back before I finished my drop --20s--ground effects etc

 

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If you go much larger diameter than the original tires, you'll have very poor "off the line" performance. You should look at what gears you have in the rear end before you go too big. Many rear ends have a label fastened around the righthand end of the axle housing just behind the brake backing plate that give this information and whether it is an open diff. or and LSD.
 
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