anyone put 35’s on?

295/70-18 these are 1/4” less diameter than a 35 And 3/4” narrower. They’re on 9” wide wheels with +1 offset. Fit great with a 1-3/4” level kit/UCAs and no rubbing.
 

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Anyone put 35’s on?
I've got 295/70R18 Toyos on -18 offset 9 inch wide Methods. They are about 34.5 inch tall and I had to trim front bumper corner and rear plastic fender well protector.

35s are gonna rub when turning without lift or modifications.
 
295/70-18 these are 1/4” less diameter than a 35 And 3/4” narrower. They’re on 9” wide wheels with +1 offset. Fit great with a 1-3/4” level kit/UCAs and no rubbing.
Very nice. I’m running same exact wheel & tire setup, except w/ 1.5” leveling kit. I’m rubbing a tad in rear and on front bumper end, more so on passenger side. Looks like that additional height makes a difference. It’s a game of millimeters. Pushing out bumper 1/4-3/8” will probably be enough. Not sure I want to cut metal.
 

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Very nice. I’m running same exact wheel & tire setup, except w/ 1.5” leveling kit. I’m rubbing a tad in rear and on front bumper end, more so on passenger side. Looks like that additional height makes a difference. It’s a game of millimeters. Pushing out bumper 1/4-3/8” will probably be enough. Not sure I want to cut metal.
Nice!
 
Has anyone tried the Michelin Defender LTX M/S 2 in 295/70R18? I've got a stock 2021 Trail Boss (not ZR2) and stock 18" rims. I have not put in a leveling kit yet, and I'd like to fill out the wheel wells a little better. I'm looking for something less aggressive and quieter than the Duratracs, but big enough to look good - all road miles in Minnesota, so plenty of snow.

If the 295 is too big, has anyone mounted the 275/70R18? They should be 33.2, which I would think would work fine; just an inch taller than stock.
 
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Probably, once you get over 34 inch and by 34.5 you get rubbing. My Toyo RT Trail 295s are 34.5 inches an required trimming front and rear of wheel well.
 
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Has anyone tried the Michelin Defender LTX M/S 2 in 295/70R18? I've got a stock 2021 Trail Boss (not ZR2) and stock 18" rims. I have not put in a leveling kit yet, and I'd like to fill out the wheel wells a little better. I'm looking for something less aggressive and quieter than the Duratracs, but big enough to look good - all road miles in Minnesota, so plenty of snow.

If the 295 is too big, has anyone mounted the 275/70R18? They should be 33.2, which I would think would work fine; just an inch taller than stock.
My 2023 came stock with 275/70R18..... I am looking to add larger tires later,
 
I ended up going with the 275/70R18 Michelin Defender LTX M/S2 and I couldn't be happier. They are SILENT on the road, and they fill up the wheel well a little bit better. They're definitely not as aggressive-looking, and I'm looking forward to seeing how they do in the snow this winter.
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I ended up going with the 275/70R18 Michelin Defender LTX M/S2 and I couldn't be happier. They are SILENT on the road, and they fill up the wheel well a little bit better. They're definitely not as aggressive-looking, and I'm looking forward to seeing how they do in the snow this winter.View attachment 7860
I've run a few sets of those on my wife's Tahoe and a work truck. They are one of the best tires made. Had really good luck with them.
 

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