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Wheel tire question

Justin Kantor

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New xrunner owner looking for some advice. Stats on the truck: niche Venice 20 inch rims (8.5 on front with 10 rear). The PO put on 295/45/20 tires on the rear and 275/45/20 on the front. This seems a bit large and although it looks ok the front rubs not on the weird black frame square but on the swaybar. I can go smaller but I don't want to run a hot wheel like truck. The tires are near the end of their life. I was thinking of keeping the height but trying a skinnier tire. I have heard there are some wheel gurus here. Keeping stock height.
 

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I run 255/35/20 on my 8.5” wide wheels. The size you have is way larger than stock. Your speedo reading is off and unless you’ve got a BBK you’re over stressing the undersized stock brakes. Get as close to stock overall diameter as you can.

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Justin Kantor

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Thanks. They looked way bigger than stock. Propably will shrink them down the the front to 255/40/20 and 275/40/20 in the rear. I have the stock brakes I believe and I am doing regular driving. I will possibly go smaller as well.
 

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Ya that’s a big tire for a 20. I run a 255/40/19 front and a 285/40/19 rear. I will be changing the rear to a 285/35/19 next time. That second number is the aspect ratio. If you have a wider tire that number even smaller will be taller. So a 255/45 on the front will be smaller than a 295/45 on the rear. Go with a 255/40/20 front and a 295/35/20 rear and you’ll be much happier.
 
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