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i have no experience with a 295. but 285's fit perfect and 305's will fit but will rub the sway bar at full steering lock.
Originally Posted by 06yz250f
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Remember, he has a 4x2, not a 4x4. The 4x2's sit 2 inches lower. A lot depends on the wheel width and backspacing you use. With the OEM wheels or an aftermarket 8 inch wide wheel with 4.5 inches of backspacing you can fit 285/75-16's/ 185/70-17's (33x11.50) easily.
Also, a 295/75-16 and 295/70-17 are essentially 34x12.00 tires. You will need a little more lift to fit them on your leveled 4x2.
2005 Expy, 305/45-22 Falkens on 22x9.5 Eagle 026s.
2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, 2" lift, 33" BFG AT KO's on 17x9 Eagle 197s.
2012 Ram 2500 crewcab diesel. 5" RCX lift, 355/60-20 Nitto Terra Grapplers on 20x9 KMC XD Spys.
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