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2019 Limited with Air - Biggest tire with and without trim

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New here. Howdy. I've been several layers deep in this forum trying to get a definitive answer to the "largest tire" question. I'm hoping someone can help finish the discussion for 2019 Limited with air suspension.
Current stock tire is 275/55R20 on the stock 20" rim. I would love to replace both with a more aggressive looking tire. However, I have gotten used to the luxurious ride of my new Limited and don't want to screw that up. I'm ok with a little noise and would prefer not to trim if I didn't have to but would do it for the right tire. I don't want to pay $3k for a lift. Just looking for something a little taller and meaner looking but still offers a smooth ride. 4x4. Thnx
 

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We put 25k on these before swapping truck. touched the inner fender liner on the edge of it at full turn, I just bent the plastic back a little(very thin and easy to bend and move).

Putting 275/65r20's on the new eco tomorrow. Trying to balance mileage and ability a bit but the eco is geared much better with the 3.96's.
 

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I have 295/60/r20s being installed tomorrow with 20x9 rims. The shop has 305/55/r20s to try as well if these don't work. Both Toyo AT tires. Thanks for the info.
Any else?
 

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275 65r20 34 inch tire no lift, no level, no rub...
 

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Here's the updated pics. The 290/60s are perfect at all levels.
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275/60r20s are around 221 per tire for falken wildpeak at3w.
When i jumped to 285/60r20s they were all 10 ply and $340/tire.

The extra half inch wasnt worth almost another $500 for just tires with a rougher ride.

May be worth it for others. Depends on if you dont mind waiting for deals or buying lower mileage and rating tires.
 

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I don't mind the 10 ply tires. I don't notice a huge difference in ride or performance. I like the extra height stance because I don't plan on ever paying $3500 for a lift kit for the air ride system.
 

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Then spend the money on daystar spacers and revel links for the 34.5" tire.
 

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No rubbing at any level or turning radius.

Thank you. Are you in Canada? 290 isn’t a common size.

And just to be sure, does your truck have the standard air suspension or is it the off-road version?
 

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Thank you. Are you in Canada? 290 isn’t a common size.

And just to be sure, does your truck have the standard air suspension or is it the off-road version?
290 isn't a common size in Canada either.
 

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New here. Howdy. I've been several layers deep in this forum trying to get a definitive answer to the "largest tire" question. I'm hoping someone can help finish the discussion for 2019 Limited with air suspension.
Current stock tire is 275/55R20 on the stock 20" rim. I would love to replace both with a more aggressive looking tire. However, I have gotten used to the luxurious ride of my new Limited and don't want to screw that up. I'm ok with a little noise and would prefer not to trim if I didn't have to but would do it for the right tire. I don't want to pay $3k for a lift. Just looking for something a little taller and meaner looking but still offers a smooth ride. 4x4. Thnx
What offset on those 20x9's?
 

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