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285/60r20 on a 2023 Trailboss, stock wheel (28 offset) with Zone OR RL Leveling Kit, 3.0 Duramax

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I've been researching my best and got one response from SpartanBoss (thank you) with a stock, unleveled 2023 3.0 285/60r20 but with 0 offset wheels and a mudflap delete that lead me to believe I may get buy with the +28 offset, leveler, same tire and no mudflap delete, but +28 offset could kill that. A little new to this, obviously.

I'd love to get 295/60r20 with stock wheels and a leveler, but that seems like a pipe dream. Anyone know if the 285/60r20 with stock +28 offset and leveler can happen without wheel well mods?
 
I'm running stock 18s with 295 /70-18s tires which are about 1/2in wider and taller than a 285/60-20. I have a ReadyLift level kit also. Had zero rubbing with that that setup. I added 1.5in spacers and had to trim the mudflats a bit and pull in the fender liner about an inch and no clearance issues at all now.
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A 295/60-20 is basically the same diameter and width as my 295/70-18s so you'd probable be ok. I say probably because not all same sized tires are the same size.
 
I'm running stock 18s with 295 /70-18s tires which are about 1/2in wider and taller than a 285/60-20. I have a ReadyLift level kit also. Had zero rubbing with that that setup. I added 1.5in spacers and had to trim the mudflats a bit and pull in the fender liner about an inch and no clearance issues at all now.
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A 295/60-20 is basically the same diameter and width as my 295/70-18s so you'd probable be ok. I say probably because not all same sized tires are the same size.
Nice to hear the 295's are possible, anyway. I might have to see if I can find a way to try them out before actually buying 4 new ones. I'd definitely prefer that if it works, but makes me feel pretty confident the 285's will be pretty safe even if the 295's don't quite work. Appreciate the response.
 
Nice to hear the 295's are possible, anyway. I might have to see if I can find a way to try them out before actually buying 4 new ones. I'd definitely prefer that if it works, but makes me feel pretty confident the 285's will be pretty safe even if the 295's don't quite work. Appreciate the response.
 
Well, that escalated quickly. I went from research and thinking 285/60r20's and the ReadyLift Level, to pulling the trigger on the ReadyLift SST 2.0 (pretty close to the leveling kit it looks like, plus 1 inch blocks to maintain an inch of the factory rake) and 295/60r20's. And if the tires get here in time tomorrow, might all go on tomorrow...
 

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