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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby Rodeoflyer » Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:42 am

My truck clears the 7' garage specs however there's a metal pole that hangs down around 6'10'' and scrapes the top of the truck as it goes up the ramp. My clearance lights clear the pole but not the rear of the roof. I won't be able to go up there once I have 315/70-17's. fortunately I have a reserved space at ground level. I would be surprised if yours makes it up with the new tires.
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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby rgregg08 » Fri Mar 10, 2017 6:19 pm

Rodeoflyer wrote:My truck clears the 7' garage specs however there's a metal pole that hangs down around 6'10'' and scrapes the top of the truck as it goes up the ramp. My clearance lights clear the pole but not the rear of the roof. I won't be able to go up there once I have 315/70-17's. fortunately I have a reserved space at ground level. I would be surprised if yours makes it up with the new tires.


Im clearing the garage with a couple inches to spare, looks like I have room for another inch or two before tapping. Need to take a pic.

Does anyone know the backspacing/offset of the stock 2017 wheels? That extra inch of width on the 315 70 17 duratrac looks like it will rub upfront, the rear looks like it would be pretty close to the frame as well. This is from just measuring today without a wheel. Last thing I want is to be on the trail and its starts rubbing. I may take a stock tire off the truck and take one of the 315 duratracs to the tire shop and swap wheels and throw it on and see if it rubs.

Anyone running AEV salta wheels?

How is everyone feeling about 4.10's and 35's? My jeep was a no go had to regear to 4.56. Not sure how sensitive the 6.4 and its tranny is to the slight size increase.
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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby MikeKey » Sun Mar 12, 2017 12:48 am

rgregg08 wrote:[
How is everyone feeling about 4.10's and 35's? My jeep was a no go had to regear to 4.56. Not sure how sensitive the 6.4 and its tranny is to the slight size increase.


I'm feeling good about 35's and 4:10's, the 6.4L handles it just fine. I didn't really notice much of a difference.
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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby DamageWagon » Sun Mar 12, 2017 1:31 am

Reloader talks a lot of shit for driving a truck with more parental controls than DirecTV


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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby Rodeoflyer » Mon Mar 13, 2017 8:27 pm

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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby Rodeoflyer » Mon Mar 13, 2017 8:27 pm

DamageWagon wrote:Reloader talks a lot of shit for driving a truck with more parental controls than DirecTV


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LOL while that may be true he also came up with one the trickest workarounds for it.

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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby Reloaderguy » Mon Mar 13, 2017 8:36 pm

DamageWagon wrote:Reloader talks a lot of shit for driving a truck with more parental controls than DirecTV


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The key word being "driving". How's the leaking water pump and clapped out cam coming along?
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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby nts007 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 8:40 pm

He forgot about those as he was a a 0wag1driveway guy till he got a good bj
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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby Rodeoflyer » Mon Mar 13, 2017 8:40 pm

Yeah he may have to change the screename to damagedwagon ;)

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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby DamageWagon » Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:05 pm

Sorry guys, it's hard to type right now after patting myself on the back so hard. Doing a same-day ball joint purchase and install, swapping a wheel bearing, solving my engine rough running issue and proving my cam is fine, doing an alignment, installing and adjusting all steering components, loading everything we own into the truck and trailer, waking up at 2am and driving 10 hours has left me pretty stoked. Good BJ's can solve some serious issues [emoji6]

And rodeo, that's exactly what the name means :lol:


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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby nts007 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:17 pm

DamageWagon wrote:Sorry guys, it's hard to type right now after patting myself on the back so hard. Doing a same-day ball joint purchase and install, swapping a wheel bearing, solving my engine rough running issue and proving my cam is fine, doing an alignment, installing and adjusting all steering components, loading everything we own into the truck and trailer, waking up at 2am and driving 10 hours has left me pretty stoked. Good BJ's can solve some serious issues [emoji6]

And rodeo, that's exactly what the name means :lol:


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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby DamageWagon » Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:41 pm

Yeah you guys have an interesting lifestyle haha.

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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby nts007 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:48 pm

You want interesting? Read this Page viewtopic.php?f=13&t=636&start=25 and the next two and tell me how your Balljoints feel now haha.
I'm just bugging dude. Let me know about those emf joints. I'm going to need something for the dually soon and it's emf or dynatrac

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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby Rodeoflyer » Tue Mar 14, 2017 5:38 am

That's good to hear the old hemi is still kicking and has some life left in her. You know we're playing and wish you the best. Now try to get some rest.

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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby DamageWagon » Tue Mar 14, 2017 10:05 am

Thanks Rodeo, you can't believe how stoked I am everything is either fixed or the problem figured out. I like this crowd, it's fun to blaspheme with you guys [emoji106]

nts that's nuts dude. I've been in -8 Fahrenheit and that sucked hard. I can't imagine going another -20 or -30 below that. And then working on my truck in that with frozen tools.


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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby Kodiak » Fri Mar 24, 2017 4:51 am

37x12.5 Toyo RT's on +18mm offset wheels rub the fender liner and base of the inner part of the fender flare as you turn the wheels in. Mild trimming required.
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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby cb1987 » Sat Mar 25, 2017 7:54 pm

since we are talking about '14-'17 wagons. im sure you guys will want to scold me (and rightfully so I guess) but I was thinking of getting some 35x12.5r20 mastercraft courser mxt with 20x9 with probly either +18 or +12 offset wheels :lol: ( im not modifying my suspension in any way) . found a clippet of info in the tire section someone posted in which thuren said for aftermarket wheels a +18 to +25 offset was the best compromise so there wouldn't be any rubbing of the control arms or fender wells. im guessing this is solid advice I can follow ? I did find one guy in the tire section who installed 35x12.5r18 with 0 offset and said initially there was no rub but he never reported back if there was any problems later on, im guessing if there was it was probly real minor.

any word on the mastercraft courser mxt ? there was a guy around here I found installed some but I couldnt see where he reported back. they resemble the cooper stt pro a lot and the websites are similar so im thinking they might be cooper tires but quit a lot cheaper than stt pros.
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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby adeluca73 » Sun Mar 26, 2017 12:56 am

cb1987 wrote:since we are talking about '14-'17 wagons. im sure you guys will want to scold me (and rightfully so I guess) but I was thinking of getting some 35x12.5r20 mastercraft courser mxt with 20x9 with probly either +18 or +12 offset wheels :lol: ( im not modifying my suspension in any way) . found a clippet of info in the tire section someone posted in which thuren said for aftermarket wheels a +18 to +25 offset was the best compromise so there wouldn't be any rubbing of the control arms or fender wells. im guessing this is solid advice I can follow ? I did find one guy in the tire section who installed 35x12.5r18 with 0 offset and said initially there was no rub but he never reported back if there was any problems later on, im guessing if there was it was probly real minor.

any word on the mastercraft courser mxt ? there was a guy around here I found installed some but I couldnt see where he reported back. they resemble the cooper stt pro a lot and the websites are similar so im thinking they might be cooper tires but quit a lot cheaper than stt pros.


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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby Bill2014 » Sun Mar 26, 2017 5:32 am

LMAO - but so true... :cheers:
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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby MikeKey » Sun Mar 26, 2017 10:00 am

Just to give you a take on 20's, nothing wrong with having nice wheels. But when you go up in wheel size, just remember you are decreasing the amount of side wall you'll have when you air down on the tire. That's a strong reason to not go with 20's. 18's are certainly a new preference for people who want a larger wheel than a 17, but still want some sidewall viability.

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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby cb1987 » Sun Mar 26, 2017 12:00 pm

ya im aware of the drawbacks to 20's. im keeping the stock 17" wheels and might (not sure yet) even put on some 305/70r17 tires for offroad. it only takes 30min to swap back to the 17 if I want. back to the offset of the 20's. the difference between 0 and +18 is about 3/4". do you know if there would be any major rubbing with the 0 or is it better to stay with +18 ?

regarding the air pressure sensors in the new wheels. is there different brands, one more quality than another ? will the truck automatically recognize the new sensors or does it have to go to a dealer from programming ? and how does the speedo need to be recalibrated for 35" tires ?
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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby rkgzx9leftcoast » Mon Mar 27, 2017 9:36 am

Kodiak wrote:37x12.5 Toyo RT's on +18mm offset wheels rub the fender liner and base of the inner part of the fender flare as you turn the wheels in. Mild trimming required.


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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby Reloaderguy » Mon Mar 27, 2017 9:48 am

cb1987 wrote:ya im aware of the drawbacks to 20's. im keeping the stock 17" wheels and might (not sure yet) even put on some 305/70r17 tires for offroad. it only takes 30min to swap back to the 17 if I want. back to the offset of the 20's. the difference between 0 and +18 is about 3/4". do you know if there would be any major rubbing with the 0 or is it better to stay with +18 ?

regarding the air pressure sensors in the new wheels. is there different brands, one more quality than another ? will the truck automatically recognize the new sensors or does it have to go to a dealer from programming ? and how does the speedo need to be recalibrated for 35" tires ?


Aftermarket sensors are a crapshoot, other forums have tons of complaints about the cheap ebay sensors. I used OE and they have been perfect. The computer automatically picks them up.
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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby cb1987 » Mon Mar 27, 2017 10:52 pm

like anything, you get what you pay for I guess. ive mostly boycotted the Chinese and their junk products so ill just go with oe sensors (not made in china I hope). do you happen to know any good sites that have the micro phish so I can get the part numbers ?
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Re: 2014-17 tire size consensus

Postby Kodiak » Tue Mar 28, 2017 5:17 am

rkgzx9leftcoast wrote:
Kodiak wrote:37x12.5 Toyo RT's on +18mm offset wheels rub the fender liner and base of the inner part of the fender flare as you turn the wheels in. Mild trimming required.


Some Pics :D Also, what do they measure mounted and on the truck ? Thanks!!


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