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One more tire question

Alright I have 225/70/14s right now. I am looking at a set of rims, but thye are 16x8. I am not sure what the width of the 14 is. I have been looking with no luck. I am sure I need to go with a little less sidewall. My truck has no lift, plain stock suspension. I checked the wheel chart and am still lost. If I get 16 x 8 rims, are they too wide for the stock setup? Also since I am going up 2 inches in tire size, would I need to go down to anout a 225/60/16 or 225/50/16. Help and thanks.
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14 is rim size i think you just need to search tire calculator
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