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Old 07/13/18, 05:00 PM   #1
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315/70r17 on 17x9

About to pull the trigger on some new wheels and tires. Planning on 315/70r17 bfg all terrain on 17x9 mickey Thompson classic lock. Just wondering if anyone has any advice before I do this. I shouldn’t have any clearance issues I have a 3.5 sl with a 1” body lift also running Duff radius arms any info or suggestions will be great

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Old 07/13/18, 05:15 PM   #2
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34.4" tire...run it. Lot's of guys running 35's with similar setups with no issues and 3.5" to 4.5" BS.

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Old 07/14/18, 07:37 AM   #3
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the tire size should be good, 315's are typically load range E, which makes for a rough ride. 17's are cool, bit tire options are limited.
I have 35/12.5/17 on mine, 3.5" s/l with 2" b/l. lmk if you need any measurements or info, JD

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Old 07/14/18, 08:07 AM   #4
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BFG 58424 are load range C

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Old 07/14/18, 11:09 AM   #5
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ah, nice!! I like those. I'm also running an 1-1/2" wheel spacer

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