if you could not find 17" wheels then your option is to get Nitto Terra Grapler. They have 325/60R18 which are about 33" or 325/65R18 which are about 35" tall.
They only have 2 ply sidewall but just get the 100% road hazard from discount tires.
cruiser99 said:I got 315/75 on mine. In the front, it rubs slightly against the plastic fender cover under full compression. Not a problem just a small rubbing noise. In the back it rubs on the side wall (sheet metal) again, under full deflection. One side more then the other. Need to lower the bump stops.
BTW Don’t crank the front up 2” you’ll kill the stock T Bars
I have 35x10.5x16 SSR on the truck. The torsion bars are cranked up 1.5" with OME shocks, the rear has medium OME with shocks. No rubbing except high speed rubbing when the front hits hard. The tires are nice but loud.
Another new guy question for you.. What is the easiest and cheapest way to get 1.5-2" lift on a LC100? Is there a simple DIY way to do it? or is this going to cost me a full suspension re-fit?
so reading this thread i have come to the conclusion that.
a. if you dont have a lift you can still put 35's on and it will slightly rub
b. 33's will fit in a truck without any lift with no problem
here is my predicament....if i keep my truck i want to put a lift, tires, and a steel front bumper on it and start wheeling it.....
Well, i NEED tires now, but dont want to throw a lift in it NOW - can i go with 35's until i get a lift???? I will get a lift slapped in when i get back to the Northeast.....