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Anyone know if i can put 35/12.5/20 atz's on an 2002 with just a level kit?

shows that the tire is actually 34.6" tall. how bad will it hit?
 

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depends on backspacing of wheel but plenty of people on here run that set up just fine
 

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You should be good. I'm running 35's and they will rub a bit but my wheels have a lot of back spacing and stick out about 3-4"
 

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i have them on my truck!!! they rub a little bit at full turn but not bad!!
 

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I have them and i just installed a leveling kit for my dually today they rub really little and rubbed less then with no leveling kit. You'll be fine.
 

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thanks for the info guys. really leaning towards 35's. 33's just look like not alot of sidewall on 20's. can you guys post up some pics?
 

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Is this a good tire? Noise, wear, traction, wet weather performance, off-road traction, snow traction?

Considering these as replacements for my Nittos.

Thanks.
 

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I luv the atz's. IMO, they are great all around tires.
 

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not sure about the whole snow thing but i love my atz's, they are great on all accounts
 

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Great tires..very quite. Depending on the type of snow not bad. Very good in the rain.

35" 3" hanger lift provides plenty of room..
 

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What about compared to the Kumbo AT's?

Anyone know? Reading reviews it seems the Kumbos are less expensive, noticably more grippy, but also wear much quicker because of the softer rubber compound.
 
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