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Who runs 35's on there titan? do you really see any difference in performance ? any towing loss ?
 

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You can fit anything with a sawzall. Performance will change due to increased height (which raises your effective gear ratio) and increased weight (which is a major drag on starting and stopping the truck).
 

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You can fit anything with a sawzall. Performance will change due to increased height (which raises your effective gear ratio) and increased weight (which is a major drag on starting and stopping the truck).
yeah that is general going bigger knowledge but how much so with the actual titan application is whats in question.
 

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I haven't gone to 35s yet (might one day, but not today). What I can tell you is, 10lbs of tire weight is worth about 1mpg - and that's keeping the same size tire - for my Titan. Went from 48lb OEM tires over to 58lb replacements, lost 1mpg. No height change at all. About to go to 34s (1" increase in height) after I install my lift (hopefully this weekend), and will see what that does to mileage. Only increasing about 2-3lbs for the shift in tires this time, so hoping MPG won't be affected too much.
 

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My '19 PR w/3" lift and 35/12.5/20's. Ride is just as smooth as stock. Will be going up to 6" once my Pro Comp Stage 2 lift gets in...


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I haven't gone to 35s yet (might one day, but not today). What I can tell you is, 10lbs of tire weight is worth about 1mpg - and that's keeping the same size tire - for my Titan. Went from 48lb OEM tires over to 58lb replacements, lost 1mpg. No height change at all. About to go to 34s (1" increase in height) after I install my lift (hopefully this weekend), and will see what that does to mileage. Only increasing about 2-3lbs for the shift in tires this time, so hoping MPG won't be affected too much.
keep us updated on the results !
 
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