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So I have the Icon/Nissan co-developed lift on order and am tossing around wheel/tire combos.

The one that most has my eyes is a Method 703 0 offset in 17" and Toyo AT3 in a 35x11.5x17 with measurements being 34.5", 9" tread width, and 11.4" section width.

Anyone have any thoughts on rubbing?

Other option is to stick with the stock size in an e load.
 

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Good chance that rubs. Get the SPC cam bolts and you can adjust wheels forward about 1/2" - 3/4" to help clear the rear fender liner. 305/70R17 might work better. 33.9" x 12.2" 9.5" tread. I think both will rub with 0 offset wheel though. You'll definitely have to do the PWM. Best to run a close to 35" tire is move to an 18" wheel with a close to stock offset, then maybe a 295/70r18(34.3"x 11.9 9.4 Tread)
 

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Yah a 305 is wider than I want. I would prefer as skinny as possible with a ~34" height.

I have a 2020 Pro4x so it already has 18s with the 275/70r18's measuring 33.2x11x8.5"
 

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Find something the same as a 275/65/20 and you will be good. I am stock on that size, which equates to a 34", and I have no trouble.


 

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You may find anything smaller than 18" has clearance issues on the front calipers.
 

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You may find anything smaller than 18" has clearance issues on the front calipers.
Appears to be highly dependent on the wheel model. Method, Icon, and others have 17" wheels that will fit as long as weights are placed properly.

That said, it's looking more and more like I will just keep with the stock 33s but I'll measure after the lift and see what it looks like. If nothing else, perhaps the lift will assist with my quest to be able to fit tire chains.
 

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I haven’t seen anyone fit a 285/75r18, but they might with stock wheels. Probably tallest and skinniest you can go.
 

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I have 295/70r18s on OEM 2011 Pro4X rims.
 
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