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I currently have 285/45-22's all the way round.

I'm thinking about getting 305/45-22 tires mounted on the rear wheels
and keep the front two wheels at 285/45-22. This will give it a slightly bigger looking wheel in the rears versus the front. It will also equalize the wheelwells from front to back.

Has anybody done this or similar? What do you guys think?
Any feedback bad or good would be appreciated.
 

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I agree.... I would leave them as is. Sweet looking truck!
 

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I think it would look cool. What you have now is pretty nice though.

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From a tire prespective, it will look cool, but from a wheel perspective it will look like your front wheels are larger than your rear wheels. I've contemplated doing the same thing (I have 305/40's on all 4 corners, I want to go lower so I know I'll need to get at least a smaller front tire) I just don't know if I'm going to like that look or not.
 

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another down fall is you wont be able to rotate your tires anymore....
 

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Thanks for all the feedback guys. Most helpful!
 
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