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Interco TrXus Mud Terrain

I think I'm going to go with LT265/75R16's on the stock rims. I don't plan on lifting my truck until next winter at the earliest but i want to get a little bit more under axle height in the mean time. I just cranked my tbar up 4 turns and i just want to make sure those will fit and give me what i want as far as a bonus inch or two until i can afford a lift. am i going in the right direction here or should i be getting a different size?
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I ran a 265/75R16 on my ranger stock, there was only minor rubbing off road. you should be fine because you cranked your t-bars, you could put an ad-a-leaf in the rear just to get a little more clearance.
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alright cool. thanks.
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i guess i should also ask if anybody has these tires and im curious what they thought of them?
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I just took mine off, hated them. Very loud and very rough ride. They did last longer that I thought w/ the aggressive tread, but in my opinion not very street friendly. Also they were scary in the rain!
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well then...back to 4wheelparts.com to find some rubbers hahaha
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They are a radial swamper. They run on the road as good as any MT, they are louder, but offroad they work awesome. And they have a pretty decent lifespan.
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loudness doesnt bother me but i will be running my truck as a daily driver still so i need a tire that can put up with some miles, nothing highway really but i do commute to school 20 minutes each way.
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