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Old 03-02-2008, 07:10 PM
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Im looking for some new tires. First off im wondering what size tires i can fit on my 99 (non ZR2) with a 2in suspension lift. Possibly a 2in body lift in the future. I dont want to do any trimming. Im thinking 31's or 32's. Also what tires should i get. I do almost all onroad driving with an ocasional off road trail nothing big. I also dont want to spend a lot. No more than 150 a tire. I plan on keeping my ZR2 wheels
 
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i have uniroyals on my ZR2 and there very agressive tire perfect for the off roading you do. also there a very solid tire there like rocks they dont wear very fast so thats good for all the road driving you do i would go with a 30 to insure no rubbing im afraid that 31 would rub unless you put the new BL on first also the uniroyals are not to expensive pretty cheap compared to BFG's and high grade tires Laredo AWT would be the tire for you http://www.uniroyal.com/overview/laredo-awt/25.htmlcheck em out
 
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31's for sure may be able to fit a 32's but i would look into the bfg all terrain a/t
 
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Ya i think thats what ill get. Since thats what i cuurently have and i havent had any problems with them i just want to go a little bigger than 235's. They cost a little more but are well worth it.
 
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what tire did u settle on
 
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I've had BFG A/T's on my K1500 for years. They're well mannered on the pavment, and fair on the trail. Well worth the money!

 
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bfg a/t's I hear are pretty good!!
 
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Im thinking bfg A/T's but possibly M/T's
 
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The BFG AT's are pretty sweet. If you go with a M/T tire take a look at the Toyo Open Country MT's They are awesome looking and from what I have handle both on and off road really nice. I have BFG AT's 235/75R15 and they are pretty cool, never been stuck once with all the snow and ice we have had here, I can't wait till it starts melting so I can go have fun in the mud.
 
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the only downfall of the BFG's is the price other than that there a great tire
 

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