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Old 09-10-2015, 10:44 AM
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Wheel fitment

Hi all, I just started a new member post and posted this in there as well, but I am looking for for any input on the below

I have a 2015 Sport S and I plan on ordering Nitto trail grapplers 285/70/17Along with mammoth Boulder black wheelsI already ordered the teraflex leveling kit which should give me about and inch more

With all the reading I did yesterday I don't think this will be an issue with fitting, but you guys are the experts 😆 ... I will need to see how much it will weigh to make sure it won't be an issue with hanging the 5th wheel.. It will just barley fit under the brake light, but until I can order a taller one it will work for the time being

Appreciate any input or concerns as I plan on ordering this tonight

Thanks! Laura

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Hi all, I just started a new member post and posted this in there as well, but I am looking for for any input on the below

I have a 2015 Sport S and I plan on ordering Nitto trail grapplers 285/70/17Along with mammoth Boulder black wheelsI already ordered the teraflex leveling kit which should give me about and inch more

With all the reading I did yesterday I don't think this will be an issue with fitting, but you guys are the experts 😆 ... I will need to see how much it will weigh to make sure it won't be an issue with hanging the 5th wheel.. It will just barley fit under the brake light, but until I can order a taller one it will work for the time being

Appreciate any input or concerns as I plan on ordering this tonight

Thanks! Laura
The set up will definitely be heavier than your stock wheel and tire package, but if you set the tailgate snubbers to the tire is tight against the gate you'll be ok running it for a while. Eventually you might see issues with your hinges, tailgate welds and/or carrier but for a while it'll be ok. Let me know if you have any other questions!

-Ryan

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