gwana66 wrote:I do appreciate the chart, but real-world results need to include the tire brand and model (tires vary wildly),the wheel offset (I've seen +38 to -10 between stock and aftermarket), and if it rubs, where it rubs. I know that a 245/75r16 on a stock 16x8 +38mm rim does not rub anywhere, and it looks like I have about 1" before contact with the back corner of the front fender with the wheels turned and the mudflaps removed. I seem to still have plenty of clearance to the frame at full lock. I'm going with 265/70r16, which is almost the same diameter as a 245/75, and just 20mm wider. It should be close. If I have to bash a body seam, I will. Will know for sure next week. I have also read that Amigo front fenders have more of a flare than Rodeos and may clear a larger tire, but I haven't verified this.
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