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have a 99 dually stock height with a 2inch leveling kit up front, i am running the 22.5 alcoas with 255 70 22.5 tires, i was thinking of pulling stock rims back on with all terrains. whats the biggest size i can go with ? any help would be great. -scott
 

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how tall are they ? 33,34 inch? with the 4:10's and running the highway alot i want the taller tire to lower the r's but wanna see what its like w/o all that weight as well from the alcoa's.
 

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Scott,

I didn't know if you wanted to use a spacer between the rears or not, but here is texs4x4's truck. They are a 305/85r16 which equal a 36x10.5. Probably would need a 1.5" to a 2" spacer. Should be the biggest size for a 2nd gen and also close the the 255/70s you have now.

hey thanks for posting the pic, ive been killing myself trying to find pictures of the 2nd gen with stock rims and big tires as well as 17, and 19.5 with all terrains on,dont get me wrong i love the 22.5 with spikes on my truck but, if it wernt for the looks and the lower r's(4:10"s) i think i would have nver got them. kinda doubting myself and looking for a possible alt route to go . i def like the looks of his truck, looks sharp, as well as he would be able to yank somepeople out of the mud where as me i just have to stand by the road .lol
 

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also. do you know if his studs were long enough to take a 1.5 or 2 inch spacer ?
 

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where would be a good place to get spacers and longer studs if i were to need them?
 
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