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Hi there!

What are the biggest tires I can get on stock suspension and wheels without any rubbing. I'm currently running on the stock Bridgestone Duelers 225/65R17 and I really like the BFGoodrich KO2 tires but I'm not sure which size to get.

Any advice/recommendations?
 

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Ideally you want to stay at a maximum overall diameter of 29 inches for no rubbing. Wheel size and offset can also play a part.

You may want to go with the stock size which is available in the BFG T/A K02.

Here is a link to our tire size calculator:

Tire Size Calculator | Discount Tire

Please let us know if we can help.
 

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I have 235/60-18 BFGoodrich Advantage T/A Sport tires on TSW 18x8 wheels and have not experienced any rubbing with factory splash guards on my 2016 Outback Premium. View attachment 471785
Is that attachment a picture? I can't seem to get it to work, but I would like to see it. I have a 2018 and would like to try and just do something with tires right now and not changes rims or add a lift.
 
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