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Im trying to find "low-profile" tires so I can lower my truck on 20"s without rubbing last year I bought a 2/3 lowering kit and the front rubbed and it wasnt fun having to put the stock shit back on I cant run out to my truck to see what size tires I have cause its 2 am and im on crutches but I need yalls help again...

is 285/40-r20 low enough or do I need something smaller?

My concern is having a low pro tire that can handle the heavy weight on my 1997 v8 cc dakota

any help is appreciated and if anyone says search bar I have been for about an hour now and im pissed and need the forums help

im sure rebel will be one of the first to comment lol hes a pretty helpfull guy
 

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I hate big rims lol. That size is close to stock besides tire width. It really depends what height tire, rim width, and drop before tire size is a choice.
 

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How much are you lowering it? Then rim specs, rim width and possible back spacing/offset.
 

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These?

275/40/20 would look good or even a 265. That is if they make that size or close to it.
 

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I ran 26"s and they where to small, you are cutting it close with 27", 28" maybe perfect? That would be 255/40/20
 

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All up to you?
 

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well rebel thanks for listening and shooting the shit it seems this forum this late at night is more of a "aim" type deal cause its just us talking (I mean that in a non-wierd, non-homosexual, non-cerial killer way) lol

just sucks wish someone would trade me r/t rims and tires for my 20"s

oh well thanks again rebel
 

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Give it some time.
 
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