2022 AT4X - Larger Tires/Wheels Installed - Pics and Review

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The stock AT4X wheels are 18x8.5 +26 offset.
Luckily have the stock ones in the garage and snapped attached pic to confirm.
 

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Hi All, I purchased my AT4X on Monday after waiting almost 7 months from reservation in Oct 2021 and well worth the wait!

With the unique DSSV suspension, there are currently no leveling option on the market, so tire/wheel combos limited on going larger than stock 275/65r18 (32”x11”)

Today Discount Tire installed The following:
285/60r20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers (33.7”x11.5”)
Fuel Rebel 6 (black) 20x9 and +1 offset

The setup barely cleared, see pics, but I plan to do very minor trimming to the plastic air dam since the AT4X doesn’t have the additional small plastic piece held on that area to increase approach angles.

I’m undecided on removing the front fender mud flaps as that would open up a lot of clearance concerns where there is a tiny rub at full lock backing up on an angled driveway.

thanks for looking and hope this helps any others out there with selecting their future combo.

Love the Nitto RG and have had them on my last two trucks. The Fuel Rebels are a great look for those not wanting too wild of a design, plus have more of a satin black finish which is perfect for those like me who prefer not a gloss look but not a true matte/flat black finish which can sometimes look cheaper IMO.
Would a 275/65/20 or 285/65/20 fit on my wife's Yukon AT4 XL without air suspension you think? I ordered both for my local Discount Tire in Waco to test fit and they didn't want to, they kept pushing me to go back to stock tire size and I refused and walked out.
 

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Put the 285/65/20 Mickey Thompson Baja Boss's on today. There was a small amount of rubbing on the mud flap at full lock and when turning up a slight incline. So, I trimmed the front a bit and removed the mud flap bracket. Now, no rubbing at all.
You think these would fit on my wife's AT4 without air suspension on stock wheels? (285/65/20s) Stock is 275/60/20s and appears to be a ton of room
 

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Anyone running a true 35 with a -12 offset?
I have a 2022 AT4, 6.2, 4x4, crewcab, w/factory 2” lift
I switched from the OEM 20” wheels to Icon Alloys Compression 17x8.5 +0mm wheels with Toyo Open Country A/T III 35x12.50R17LT tires. Had to do a lot of trimming! Removed the mud flaps and bracket, installed the mud flap delete kit and even had to do some trimming on the delete cap! Also had to trim the corners of the air dam and still have some minor rubbing somewhere, so I’m installing the Bilstein 5100 adjustable shocks to get an extra one inch of lift in the front in hopes of stopping the rubbing at right lock turns. The rubbing is not really bad but very annoying.
I'll let you know after I get the shocks installed.
 

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I have a 2022 AT4, 6.2, 4x4, crewcab, w/factory 2” lift
I switched from the OEM 20” wheels to Icon Alloys Compression 17x8.5 +0mm wheels with Toyo Open Country A/T III 35x12.50R17LT tires. Had to do a lot of trimming! Removed the mud flaps and bracket, installed the mud flap delete kit and even had to do some trimming on the delete cap! Also had to trim the corners of the air dam and still have some minor rubbing somewhere, so I’m installing the Bilstein 5100 adjustable shocks to get an extra one inch of lift in the front in hopes of stopping the rubbing at right lock turns. The rubbing is not really bad but very annoying.
I'll let you know after I get the shocks installed.
That setup looks good on your truck. Considering that you didn't do a level that sounds about right for the trimming.
 

does anyone have a 1500 at4x AEV with 35 inch tires? If so can the at4x with AEV clear the 35s with no trimming? Or would a simple level lit help clear the 35s?
 

does anyone have a 1500 at4x AEV with 35 inch tires? If so can the at4x with AEV clear the 35s with no trimming? Or would a simple level lit help clear the 35s?

Readylift is coming out with the lift kit for this very soon. From what I understand you will need the level to fit…not sure about the trimming though. I’m waiting for them to release this so I can do the same.
 

That setup looks good on your truck. Considering that you didn't do a level that sounds about right for the trimming.
Well, I did end up installing a Ready Lift 1.75-Inch Front Leveling Kit with Tubular Control Arms and along with the Bilstein 5100 Adjustable front shocks set for the most lift, I ended up with the front 1" higher than the rear. Truck looks great but I'm installing the rear 5100 Bilstein shocks (no lift) and replacing the OEM 2" rear blocks with 3" blocks just to level out the truck.
I've got the shocks but I'm still waiting for the blocks from E-bay. (ETA -Tuesday). Then when I take the truck apart, I can change out the blocks and install the shocks at the same time.
Pictures will follow the installation.
 

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I have a 2022 AT4, 6.2, 4x4, crewcab, w/factory 2” lift
I switched from the OEM 20” wheels to Icon Alloys Compression 17x8.5 +0mm wheels with Toyo Open Country A/T III 35x12.50R17LT tires. Had to do a lot of trimming! Removed the mud flaps and bracket, installed the mud flap delete kit and even had to do some trimming on the delete cap! Also had to trim the corners of the air dam and still have some minor rubbing somewhere, so I’m installing the Bilstein 5100 adjustable shocks to get an extra one inch of lift in the front in hopes of stopping the rubbing at right lock turns. The rubbing is not really bad but very annoying.
I'll let you know after I get the shocks installed.
Link to the mud flap delete kit you used?
 

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