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Titanium Rush Metallic with 1.75" Ready Lift Level - 20" Wheel Tire Combos

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The manager for that store said he “made a note in the Discount Tire system” so hopefully that actually makes it to their other stores, as it was an easy fix after a lot of frustration. Another note is that I did have to drive a few miles after the syncing for the PSI to register and show on the dash screen.
 

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Here’s a crappy pic of mine.. Titanium Rush, 20x9 0 offset. 295/60/20 Toyo open county AT3. Suspension up front consists of Bilstein upper arms, Motofab 1” lower and .5” upper spacer. Running the spacers only until my back ordered Bilstein 6112’s show up. Rear suspension is factory block and Bilstein 5160. Didn’t do much to get the tires to not rub other than set caster to a positive 4 degrees and remove mud flap bracket. Once bracket was removed, I drilled a hole in flap aligned with bracket mounting hole on body, and used bracket bolt to pull the flap back a bit. The 4 degrees of caster is key though. That alone netted 3/8” clearance in rear. But no trimming or cutting whatsoever. This combo does rub ever so slightly backing out of a incline with wheels cranked, but not enough to worry about. With a slightly smaller 285/60/20, caster at 4 degrees and bracket removed, I’d bet you’d have a very hard time getting it to rub. Let me know if you’d like any other pics.
Brad,
I’d like to see a couple of more pictures, please. I think 295 fit perfect. And I like to Toyo. I’ve had the nitto ridge grappler. Heavy, wide and rough, hard tire.
 

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Brad,
I’d like to see a couple of more pictures, please. I think 295 fit perfect. And I like to Toyo. I’ve had the nitto ridge grappler. Heavy, wide and rough, hard tire.

Here’s a few more showing clearance at different angles, mud flap mod, and tires themselves. If there’s anything else you want to see, let me know.
 

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Planning to upgrade to Fuel Blitz DDT 20x9 next week. I’ll post pics when they’re on. In the meantime here’s my T Rush w 20” stock wheels - no lift.
Updated with Fuel Blitz. 20x9 +1 with stock 265/60/20 tires.

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Here’s a crappy pic of mine.. Titanium Rush, 20x9 0 offset. 295/60/20 Toyo open county AT3. Suspension up front consists of Bilstein upper arms, Motofab 1” lower and .5” upper spacer. Running the spacers only until my back ordered Bilstein 6112’s show up. Rear suspension is factory block and Bilstein 5160. Didn’t do much to get the tires to not rub other than set caster to a positive 4 degrees and remove mud flap bracket. Once bracket was removed, I drilled a hole in flap aligned with bracket mounting hole on body, and used bracket bolt to pull the flap back a bit. The 4 degrees of caster is key though. That alone netted 3/8” clearance in rear. But no trimming or cutting whatsoever. This combo does rub ever so slightly backing out of a incline with wheels cranked, but not enough to worry about. With a slightly smaller 285/60/20, caster at 4 degrees and bracket removed, I’d bet you’d have a very hard time getting it to rub. Let me know if you’d like any other pics.
Brad is that an AT4?
 
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