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Hello Everyone,

My name is Miguel and I am from Phoenix, AZ. I recently acquired a 2020 Trail Boss and have been loving it. Things I do it is is off-road and go shooting when we find some decent spots out in the desert. Since owning the truck I have been doing research on things I can do to it. So far I have added a spray in bedliner, a folding bed cover and high clearance side boards. Something I'm looking to do in the future is get some better off-road tires. In my research to find the largest possible tires I found this forum. Looking forward to the useful information and contributing if I can!
 
Welcome. 295/70r18 and 285/75r18 are about the largest tire you can fit on the stock suspension without modification. 285/75/r18 will have a bit of rubbing on the mud flaps and wheel well liner.
 
Welcome and within two years I will be in AZ myself. Going to retire early and leave no money to anyone! :ROFLMAO:
 
Welcome. 295/70r18 and 285/75r18 are about the largest tire you can fit on the stock suspension without modification. 285/75/r18 will have a bit of rubbing on the mud flaps and wheel well liner.
I appreciate the information! I might be going for the 295/70r18 and noticed in some posts that I might have to cut the liner and pull back a bracket. But I'll see how they feel without any modifications.
 
I have 285/75r18 mounted on stock wheels with no lift/level and no spacers. I only had to do a mud flap delete. There was a slight rub on the wheel well liner at full lock, but at 5,000 miles I rotated the tires from rear to front and the rubbing went away. Otherwise, 295/70r18 is a good compromise if you don't want to deal with that stuff.
 

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