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Ive read many posts about this topic with 265/75R16's and stock suspension. Since i have my donahoes set to 1" do you think there would be rubbing issues? The rims i have are the wheelers alloys with 4" bs. Sometime this year i hope to lift the rear with the deavers but im in need of tires. Im 99.9% street qween. Thanks. OOOOPPPPPSSSS i asked this question already. :confused:
 

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Ive read many posts about this topic with 265/75R16's and stock suspension. Since i have my donahoes set to 1" do you think there would be rubbing issues? The rims i have are the wheelers alloys with 4" bs. Sometime this year i hope to lift the rear with the deavers but im in need of tires. Im 99.9% street qween. Thanks.
With those rims the only thing you have to worry about is the pinchweld under a bit of compression while turning. I ran MT/R's in that size for about a week on those rims before I installed my lift. After banging the pinchweld it didn't rub when I turned on the street anymore.
 
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