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Just added 295/70r18 on 2010 levled titan

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hey all just wanted to post some pictures of my new tires I added this past week. I did a ton of research through out the forum and theirs tons of great into out there from you guys, I couldn't have done it without titantalk. I figured this would help anyone if they were looking to get these tires and have a similar setup.

I have a 2010 king cab 4x4 with 18'' Raceline Raptor wheels. I was running some used nitto TG 285/60r18 for the last year until I could afford new tires. A wheel ago I added a 1.5'' billet ebay level (roughly $36). I went with the 1.5 because everywhere i read they said that was the biggest to go on the 2010 4x4. Install wasn't to bad, just over 5 hours with 1 person. followed numerous treads on here for tips and tricks as well as the instructors the spacer came with.

Decided to go with the 295/70r18 nitto terra grapplers. The price was right around $1300 with tires installed and alignment from a local shop. I don't think I got any deal, probably could have gotten then cheaper online but i didn't want to wait. Here's the pictures let me know what ya think.

1st picture was the day I got the tuck
2nd picture was after tint
3rd truck no level running 285/60r18 raceline raptors
4th the same ^^
5th is with 295/70r18 and 1.5 level kit


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looks good! the other contact your feeling is probably the tire hitting the frame. not a huge deal, my 295/70's did it too.
I did! But that doesn't solve the tires rubbing the frame. Adaptors (bolt on wheel spacers) BORA brand will fix that issue. But will lead to the tire rubbing the fender (at the pwm spot) more. 1.25 is the minimum thickness. I ran them just on the front for a few years, it gives it a nice stance too. Subtle but just enough.
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