I am lifting my truck 6 inches I have spoken to a place down here called DV8 (look them up they build some pretty sick trucks down here in South Florida) and I have also spoken to a few other places as well all you need is 1.25 spacers you should be good with bigger tires that's what I'm doing when I do my 6 inch lift I like my stock black rims. I think they'll give it the perfect offset for our stock rims as far as function and looks also.Has anyone tried this? I am thinking about going with Autospring 2" level kit and bigger tires, but using the stock rims and 1- 1.5 inch wheel spacers.. what are the groups thoughts? 2013 FX4 Black on Black with the 20 rims.
My brother is running an autospring 2" level with 275/70/18 Nitto trail grapplers on XD monsters.
I'm running a hell bent steel 2" level with 305/55/20 Nitto trail grapplers on XD bombs.
i do not believe you could fit a tire larger than either of these without the spacers. In my case, the spacers would not help because it isn't a matter of spacing the interior but a matter of spacing with the front bumper and rear fender wells in front. (Rears will clear with no issue)
I got my adapters/ spacers for half that... and went with the 2" level kit.. very happy with it so far, still running stock tires.. looking at the general grabber 305/ 55/ R20 right nowA-DAPT-IT USA Wheel Adapters They will make any size you want but the lady who helped me was named ginger and she was super informative and definetly knew her stuff. like I said I told here I didn't want to to trim the factory lugs, I wanted to use the factory lug nuts again and with the same matching bolt pattern. They were great. A little bit expensive at $277 shipped to my door for the set of 4 but They are made of very nice billet aluminum and seem very very strong.
My issue wasn't with the tire being to tall at 35" they are simply to wide. In the front it would rub on the upper control arms and when flexing in the rear it would give me a slight rubbing on the shocks.