Tahoe & SuburbanThe power, space, and brutal towing ability make the Tahoe and its longer sibling, the Suburban, arguably the best full size SUV's on the market today.
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on my '99 Tahoe I was able to slip some BFG All-Terrain 285 tires on the 16"(?) wheels that filled out the wheel well nicely. Just picked up an '07 tahoe with 17" wheels and looking for options to do the same. I also have access to a set of the OEM 20" wheels that I could get larger tires for but not sure which one would look better and which size would have more tire sizes/capabilites available?
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well you can't put tires that are much wider than the factory 20's because the 20's are alreayd to the fender and I dunno man I have one put the 305/50r20 of of my 05 avalanche on my tahoe and they stuck out about an inch and a half. I've looked for different sizes to put on my stock 17in wheel on my avi and couldn't really find anything, so good luck man
Can I get a LT285/70R17 mounted on stock 07 LT 4wd, factory 17" rims, Without rub?
P265/70R17. Overall Tire Dia - 31.9", Overall Section Width 10.4
Want to upgrade to:
Currently looking at:
Goodyear Wrangler Silent Armor LT285/70R17/D Overall Tire Dia - 32.8", Overall Section Width 11.5
Toyo Open Country A/T LT285/70R17/D Overall Tire Dia - 32.7", Overall Section Width 11.3"
I won't have mine (07 LTZ 4x4) for another week, but I've been checking on putting BFG A/T KO's on the factory 20's. The Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza (275/55SR20) that comes from the factory is listed on their site at a 33" diameter, so if you don't exceed that, you should be OK. The BFGs (LT285/55R20) are listed at 32.5", so I'm hoping they fit.
Those Alenza tires are some good rubber, well rated, just not the right tire for a 4wd full size truck. (If you ever are thinking of taking it off-road) Did you make a deal to sell them new to the place your buying your BFG's? SHould be able to get some decent $$ for them brand new.