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I have a 2019 Nissan Titan Pro-4x with a 2” leveling kit in the front. I was wondering if anybody was running a 22” wheel and with what size tire on just a leveling kit. I’m trying to decide on 20” or 22” so if you have pictures please post.
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What are the specs of the 22" wheels that you are looking at (width, offset/backspacing, etc.)? Even with a 2" leveling kit, you will have to stick with something around 33" for your tires. For a 22" wheel, that would be a 275/50/22 tire. Not my preference for how an off road vehicle should look, but to each his own. I just put 18x8.5 wheels with a 0 offset and 295/65/18 tires on mine with a 2" leveling lift. Those tires are about 33.2" and I get a little rubbing at full turn on the rear side of the wheel well. If you are looking for a tire that looks a little aggressive for your Pro 4x, you might have a hard time finding any for a 22" wheel.
 

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I wonder if a 33x12.5 22 tire would fit if your wheel offset was not too extreme? That size would be nearly 2" wider than the stock tires, but about the same diameter. It looks like Nitto and Toyo make some of their A/T and M/T tires in that size (fairly pricey though). Just not sure about the fitment without a higher lift. I am interested to see the wheels that you are considering. Keep us posted.
 

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I just bought a 2019 titn sv midnight edition and was wondering if i can put 35 with the 3 inch leveling kit from rough country
 

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I just bought a 2019 titn sv midnight edition and was wondering if i can put 35 with the 3 inch leveling kit from rough country
You will need more lift to run anything much larger than a 33” unless you want to do some trimming of your wheel wells. I have 2” of front lift and am running 295/65/18 tires (33.2”). I currently get a little bit of rubbing. I am having a 3” lift installed in the next couple of weeks and hope this eliminates the rubbing as I don’t want to modify my wheel wells on such a new vehicle. I am also running a 0 offset wheel, so that may be contributing a little to the tire rub.
 

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So I am looking to get the FUEL® - D696 COVERT 1PC Bronze rims. And they come in 18x9 and with a +1 +20 or a -12 offset ?? Witchbine do I use or I might just look in to a offset calculator 🤣?
 

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So I am looking to get the FUEL® - D696 COVERT 1PC Bronze rims. And they come in 18x9 and with a +1 +20 or a -12 offset ?? Witchbine do I use or I might just look in to a offset calculator 🤣?
Depends. If you are running factory size tires with no lift, +1 will probably work, and +20 will be about the same as your factory setup (wheels are wider, but tires will still be centered about the same). If you are lifted 2" or more, +1 will definitely work with factory tire size, and you could go with slightly wider tires with little or no trimming required. I think -12 would require trimming regardless of tire size and amount of lift (unless you go with something like a 6" lift). This is all based on my experience with my current setup. Others may have a different experience as there are so many variables when you consider variations in alignment, uca setup, etc.
 

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Depends. If you are running factory size tires with no lift, +1 will probably work, and +20 will be about the same as your factory setup (wheels are wider, but tires will still be centered about the same). If you are lifted 2" or more, +1 will definitely work with factory tire size, and you could go with slightly wider tires with little or no trimming required. I think -12 would require trimming regardless of tire size and amount of lift (unless you go with something like a 6" lift). This is all based on my experience with my current setup. Others may have a different experience as there are so many variables when you consider variations in alignment, uca setup, etc.
Cool. I am going with a 3 inch lift. But when im ready for lift I am doing all at once.
 

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2019 PR with 3" RC lift on 35's. Yes, I had to trim (minimal)


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Cool, what are your, rim specifications and tire specifications? Looks good! I'd like to do something similar. Im putting 3inch icon suspension lift on mine this coming Wednesday.
 

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Cool, what are your, rim specifications and tire specifications? Looks good! I'd like to do something similar. Im putting 3inch icon suspension lift on mine this coming Wednesday.
20x9, 0 offset. Will be changing it up in the next couple of weeks...going with 20x10 w/-18 offset and 6 in Pro Comp Stage 2 lift.

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why not find out what the stock 20" wheel specs are? then you have a base to use when judging the other stuff against?

well, it seems the original poster has not come back but my 2017 has factory 20s on it so that would give the width and offset for whatever the stock tire size is
 
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