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I am reading mixed reviews whether 285/75/r18 will fit on a stock trail boss. I am okay with trimming the mud flap and removing the fender brackets. I was hoping to get these tires now and install a leveling kit later. Just wondering if anyone can confirm if these will fit? Tire rack list these as 35.1” x 11.2”.

Thanks
 
All,

I am reading mixed reviews whether 285/75/r18 will fit on a stock trail boss. I am okay with trimming the mud flap and removing the fender brackets. I was hoping to get these tires now and install a leveling kit later. Just wondering if anyone can confirm if these will fit? Tire rack list these as 35.1” x 11.2”.

Thanks
I should have mentioned I am looking at the Wrangler Duratracs
 
They're about 2.5in larger in diameter but barely wider. You can get them in there and can do the mudflap and bracket mod if necessary.
 
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Im running 285/75R18 wrangler duratracs on stock setup and the 18" rims, trimmed the mudflaps and removed the brackets and i've had no issues with rubbing
 
They're about 2.5in larger in diameter but barely wider. You can get them in there and can do the mudflap and bracket mod if necessary.
Okay thanks, getting them installed Saturday so I guess I will find out 😜.
Im running 285/75R18 wrangler duratracs on stock setup and the 18" rims, trimmed the mudflaps and removed the brackets and i've had no issues with rubbing
Okay thanks. I am planning to do the mudflap trim and bracket removal tomorrow before the tires are put on.
 
These were before I trimmed the mud flaps and removed the brackets, also before the S&B intake and lasfit headlights
 

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Do a mud flap delete kit. More functional and cleaner looking. Those flaps IN FRONT of your rear tires are doing a lot to keep you from slinging rocks and mud. The front flaps will bend your fenders when you go over rocks or logs.
 
Do a mud flap delete kit. More functional and cleaner looking. Those flaps IN FRONT of your rear tires are doing a lot to keep you from slinging rocks and mud. The front flaps will bend your fenders when you go over rocks or logs.
Any suggestions on a mud flap delete kit?
 
Do a mud flap delete kit. More functional and cleaner looking. Those flaps IN FRONT of your rear tires are doing a lot to keep you from slinging rocks and mud. The front flaps will bend your fenders when you go over rocks or logs.
I’ve looked into the mud flap delete kits, I’ve seen guys just plug the holes left up front as well
 
Thanks for everyone's input the 275/75/r18 Duratracs fit great! With the inner fender liner tucked back I don't have any rubbing so far! I still need to modify and reinstall the mudflap, or get a delete kit. Leaning towards putting a modified mudflap back to save the side of the truck from the tires slinging stuff everywhere.
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