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285/75/17?

I have a 3 inch lift on my fj and have the oem 17s. Will I be able to get this tire to fit without anymore mods?

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Re: 285/75/17?

Dont know if this will be much help for you but I have the OME 3in lift and I run 285/70/17s with no issues and no mods.....slap them on and drove away happy
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Re: 285/75/17?

There is a day of good reading on this subject. Lots of info for you to sort through, but you should get a good education by reading it all. Use the "search" function on the top task bar and try typing in "285/75 17 fit" or maybe "chop" instead of lift or even "fit 34" tire". Just play around with it and you will find all kinds of good info.

There is not an easy answer to this - everybody has a different answer depending on what 3" lift they are using (is it really 3" or 2" or 2 1/2") and what tire they are using.

As for me, 3" OME mediums with Nitto 285/75 17 rubbed every once in a while, however going to the Toytec adjustable coilovers did work.

Happy hunting and may the madness begin!

'07 FJC - Toytec Adjustable Coilovers in the front and OME mediums in the rear - 285/75/17 Nitto TGs on OEM steelies - Warn bumpers front and rear - MileMarker winch - nerfs - Ricochet front skid and engine skid. Budbuilt rear diff skid. Blackout 66% complete. And, more to come -
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