If you can please help

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I took delivery of my Gladiator sport and looking to keep everything stock I am looking for the best tire size configuration to run on a MOTO Metal Model: MO984 20s without any issues..

Thinking of the Nitto Model: Ridge Grappler 10 PLY
Size: 285/55-20

or can I go a bit larger and wider without rubbing issues? Most appreciated.
 

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All,
I took delivery of my Gladiator sport and looking to keep everything stock I am looking for the best tire size configuration to run on a MOTO Metal Model: MO984 20s without any issues..

Thinking of the Nitto Model: Ridge Grappler 10 PLY
Size: 285/55-20

or can I go a bit larger and wider without rubbing issues? Most appreciated.
All,
I took delivery of my Gladiator sport and looking to keep everything stock I am looking for the best tire size configuration to run on a MOTO Metal Model: MO984 20s without any issues..

Thinking of the Nitto Model: Ridge Grappler 10 PLY
Size: 285/55-20

or can I go a bit larger and wider without rubbing issues? Most appreciated.
 

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Today I put 35x12.50s on a completely stock JT Sport without any rubbing, even checked with travel trailer tongue weight and flexing it. I did however remove the plastic piece linking the bumper to the fender. I’m soooo glad I didn’t go with 33’s (285)! No noticeable loss of power and actually handles much better.

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WOW.. thanks for that
Today I put 35x12.50s on a completely stock JT Sport without any rubbing, even checked with travel trailer tongue weight and flexing it. I did however remove the plastic piece linking the bumper to the fender. I’m soooo glad I didn’t go with 33’s (285)! No noticeable loss of power and actually handles much better.

69D7FCDF-D61B-490B-9A64-A03B549D0914.jpeg


BCE2A6AA-7B19-4A8B-AA97-7518DA1CEEF7.jpeg


519E337E-3041-4392-AE51-7A6F2A0C9352.jpeg


A38AEBFC-D2BF-40C3-B845-C75CEE86F4F4.jpeg


BC84093B-1732-4352-9FEB-8745C7F46EDB.jpeg

Thanks so much for that info. I am sure it would help and save many others some many. I went with the 285 but looking to actually lift by 2.5 and go 37s. Sucks that I bought these tires already.
 

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