Tires/tallest tire I can fit on my truck?
1234 wrote at 2009-09-07 05:55:24
that is wrong you can easily get a 265/75/r16 to fit, everybody does it , and i think thats as big as you can go cause im pretty shure 285s would rub
Jake wrote at 2009-10-01 02:11:55
I also own a 94 1500 4x4. Mine has 285/75/r16s on it right now and doesnt rub, and I don't have any lift. I would definitely recommend 285s.
Charlie wrote at 2010-11-09 01:22:28
I have a 2001 K1500 Sierra Crew Cab. When I bought it new I immediately took it to my buddies shop where he put on 285 75 16s. 101,000 miles later I just put on another new set of the same size. I had been running Cooper ATRs. This time he put on Nokian Vativas. I always bought Coopers cause they are made in USA. Nokians are made in Finland and Russia EXCEPT the LT tires. We had to have the front torsion bars turned to get the clearance for the front but that is like 50 bucks. They scrape just a hair on the plastic fender liner when doing tight turns but who cares? They look way coolers and give you extra ground clearance!!!
Zac wrote at 2010-11-16 04:18:30
i have an 89 gmc k1500 and i have 285/75/16r on my truck they fit fine i can turn the wheel all the way
brent wrote at 2010-12-19 18:34:12
actually the correct answer is a 265-75-16 with no modification or a 285-75-16 if you crank up the torsion bars on the front suspension and trim the black plastic air dam under the front bumper. No mods for the rear.
BrockZ71 wrote at 2011-01-25 19:29:09
I have a 92 Z71 with 285s but i can fit 315s or up to 35s but 35s will scrub so if your truck sits lower then a z71 32s will mix it but if you have a z71 standard lift you can fit 34s and it shouldn't scrub
jimmy wrote at 2012-11-24 02:01:41
Flared fiber glass fenders up front rip everything out between the cab and radiator and tube it that's what I did I can fit 35s up front gotta do a little cutting for the rear or do a block or bigger springs