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275/55/20 or 275/60/20 A/T Tire?

2020SilverMidnight

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After almost two years of going back and forth with lowering my truck or leaving it alone, I have decided to leave it alone and simply change to an AT tire and maybe some wheel spacers to get a lil poke out of the factory 20" Night Edition wheels. I don't want anything too aggressive, or too harsh riding. So maybe a 1"-1.5" spacer and either of these tire sizes. Has anybody else done either? I have already reverse leveled my truck, and I don't plan to change that so that's the reason I chose these 2 tire sizes. I have the tire choice down to 2 different tires, the BFG AT K02 and the GoodYear Wrangler Ultraterrain AT. I like both of these tires but I don't need an LT tire. I don't haul or tow, so no reason for an LT tire.

Anybody got any pics or opinions?
 

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275/60R20 Falken Wildpeaks on mine …stock height/no air. I think it’s the perfect size tire. Fills the wheel well nicely and I’ve only noticed a slight rub at full turn going over a bump. I have no experience with the Ultraterrains, but I’ve seen them on a Jeep and they look cool. You really can’t go wrong with the BFGs. Cheers.
 

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275/60R20 Falken Wildpeaks on mine …stock height/no air. I think it’s the perfect size tire. Fills the wheel well nicely and I’ve only noticed a slight rub at full turn going over a bump. I have no experience with the Ultraterrains, but I’ve seen them on a Jeep and they look cool. You really can’t go wrong with the BFGs. Cheers.

any pics?
 

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Yep
 

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I don't have either of the brands you listed, but I do have 275/60/20s on mine. No rub at all, and fit the wheel wells quite well, even after I installed fender flares (stock suspension). I believe I will go 1/2" or so taller when these come due for replacement.
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After almost two years of going back and forth with lowering my truck or leaving it alone, I have decided to leave it alone and simply change to an AT tire and maybe some wheel spacers to get a lil poke out of the factory 20" Night Edition wheels. I don't want anything too aggressive, or too harsh riding. So maybe a 1"-1.5" spacer and either of these tire sizes. Has anybody else done either? I have already reverse leveled my truck, and I don't plan to change that so that's the reason I chose these 2 tire sizes. I have the tire choice down to 2 different tires, the BFG AT K02 and the GoodYear Wrangler Ultraterrain AT. I like both of these tires but I don't need an LT tire. I don't haul or tow, so no reason for an LT tire.

Anybody got any pics or opinions?
I will try and snap a picture of my truck later today but last week i just put on my wheels and 275/60/20 ultraterrains. so far I like the loll and performance of the tires, but it saddens me seeing my MPG drop lol
 

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How bad of a hit did you take on MPG? I’ve been considering the Ultraterrains. I just need to stop delaying and buy something, I’ve been going back and forth for months.
 

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1-3 mpg with a mixture of city driving and more open highways. I'm going to reset the speedo and hopefully adjust the shift points and aid in the mpg
 

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