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I may be a new member, but I have been looking up information from this site on my 2005 TB for quite a while now, I have a 77 series K&N filter, 2 sony 12" subwoofers...yaya, but now I am going for some high-priced items... I am looking at some 24's, no problem... I know the rims will fit... The tires are a completely different deal... I am wondering what the biggest tires I can have without rubbing or altering my suspension... lots of answers for the 22s and 20s.. haven't really seen any for 24's, but I am hoping that 285/30/24 will not rub. I am also concerned that brakes will also be an issue, what can help me out here? I have no idea where to look. If someone has already asked any of these questions, please point me in the direction I need to go. thanks.
 

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Depending on the offset and rim width the 285 might rub lowered like we recently found out.
http://forums.trailvoy.com/showthread.php?t=72283


275/30/24 will not rub lowered down to a 2/3 kit in front but might in the rear like minde did but can be fixed
http://forums.trailvoy.com/showthread.php?t=27821
http://forums.trailvoy.com/showthread.php?t=37857
Well to be more specific...im probably getting some 24x9's with a 35 offset. but with what you are telling me, 275/30 is definitely a safe bet... Thank you for the links they were helpful too.
 
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