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wow 275 is a massive width!

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I've just about spent my budget on my lift so tyres will have to wait.

What price are you going to sell them for?
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Bridgestone,s website site listed a 275/55/17 to fit a GC limited - so I did a bit of investigating and came up with a Cooper HP Sport of the same size (no change to the OD of hte originals either). Decided to give the coopers a shot since most of my 4WDing is on Sand. So far so good, no rubbing but I haven't been seriously offroad since they have been fitted and the extra width looks awesome.
Check the rear shockies there probably rubbing if not it will be on the slightest articulation.
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wow 275 is massive!
275/55/17 = 28.91"

But that extra width looks good. You might need a rear shock relocation when it gets to flexing for real though Harky!
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Check the rear shockies there probably rubbing if not it will be on the slightest articulation.
No Rubbing on the shockies yet but will test ASAP - only had the tyres a few weeks. Will update when I have any results
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