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I didn't find a definite answer and want to make sure I get it right before I order. I have a 08 CC 2wd XE and have a NCD leveling kit(2.5") on order. I want bigger tires that will work on the stock 18" wheels. How big can I go, this truck will very rarely, if ever, see any off-road duties. Will 35x12.5 fit? What metric size will work?

I appreciate the help, sorry if this is a redundant question.
 

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I didn't find a definite answer and want to make sure I get it right before I order. I have a 08 CC 2wd XE and have a NCD leveling kit(2.5") on order. I want bigger tires that will work on the stock 18" wheels. How big can I go, this truck will very rarely, if ever, see any off-road duties. Will 35x12.5 fit? What metric size will work?

I appreciate the help, sorry if this is a redundant question.
Can't speak to the '08, but equivalent to a 35x12.5x18 in a metric size is about 325/65/18.
 

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LandShark said:
I didn't find a definite answer and want to make sure I get it right before I order. I have a 08 CC 2wd XE and have a NCD leveling kit(2.5") on order. I want bigger tires that will work on the stock 18" wheels. How big can I go, this truck will very rarely, if ever, see any off-road duties. Will 35x12.5 fit? What metric size will work?

I appreciate the help, sorry if this is a redundant question.
33" is about the max with only a 2.5" leveling kit. look at the 275.70.18 or 285.65.18 for options the 275.70.18 is a little over 33" and the 285.65.18 is just under 33". There are plenty of options between those two sizes that will work for your purpose
 

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33" is about the max with only a 2.5" leveling kit. look at the 275.70.18 or 285.65.18 for options the 275.70.18 is a little over 33" and the 285.65.18 is just under 33". There are plenty of options between those two sizes that will work for your purpose

Great, thanks for the info!
 
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