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I have searched and have not been able to find any pics. Is anyone running 285/75R16 tires on the stock 2014+ charcoal Pro 4x wheels?


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Yeah, I'm not worried about that. Guys have been cramming 315s on 16x7s around here for 30 years. I was just hoping somebody had some pics of it.


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Hey one of those trucks in the pics above is mine ... LOL
I am fairly certain the OP was looking for pics with the newer style pro-4x rims with 285's , like in the third pic (Xterra Snow) posted above.....
 
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Hey one of those trucks in the pics above is mine ... LOL
I am fairly certain the OP was looking for pics with the newer style pro-4x rims with 285's , like in the third pic (Xterra Snow) posted above.....
You mean like BCBrians
 

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Yes BCBrians , somewhere around 2013 or 2014 nissan starting putting those newer style rims on the Pro-4X frontiers and xterra's.
Thats why I was trying to point the OP to a pic of Nomad13's truck before he added a titan swap to his drop bracket kit and 35"'s with aftermarket rims
I see you got a pic of Jen's truck and Shizzy LOL

I love looking at pics of our trucks......

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Those all look so good - makes me kind of look forward to when the tires that came on mine (original Hankook's) wear down so can replace them! However I hope to get a lot of tire wear out of them - dropping $35k on a truck kind of sets you back


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I think this is what you are looking for.

This is my '14 Crew Cab on stock Pro4X wheels with 285/75/16 Hankook Dynapro tires. The truck does have a lift, so no real serious rubbing, but there was a little bit...which was easily mitigated.

Here you go...

 

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Those all look so good - makes me kind of look forward to when the tires that came on mine (original Hankook's) wear down so can replace them! However I hope to get a lot of tire wear out of them - dropping $35k on a truck kind of sets you back


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Just thinking out loud....
Put a low priced spacer lift in the front and lift shackles and or add a leaf in the rear get some 285's and sell your 265's on craigslist while they are still like new.
I have sold tires on craigslist twice now and they sold with in an hour after posting.
 

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I am fairly certain the OP was looking for pics with the newer style pro-4x rims with 285's , like in the third pic (Xterra Snow) posted above.....

You nailed it. I was looking for the newer wheels. I've found tons with the older style but haven't found hardly any with the newer ones. All great looking trucks. I'm planning a 2.5/1.5 with 285s on the stock wheels.



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Those all look so good - makes me kind of look forward to when the tires that came on mine (original Hankook's) wear down so can replace them! However I hope to get a lot of tire wear out of them - dropping $35k on a truck kind of sets you back


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Might be worth checking w/ a local tire store (hello Discount Tire!) as to what they might give you for your used OEM tires towards an exchange into some meatier tires. They will try to earn your business.
 

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I think this is what you are looking for.

This is my '14 Crew Cab on stock Pro4X wheels with 285/75/16 Hankook Dynapro tires. The truck does have a lift, so no real serious rubbing, but there was a little bit...which was easily mitigated.

Here you go...

What size lift are you running and what mods did you have to do?
 

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Kept the same front shocks. I did neglect to mention that I had to replace rear shocks with extended shocks from PRG. The Bilstein 5125. After adding the shocks, block and AAL...the ride is better than stock.
 

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Kept the same front shocks. I did neglect to mention that I had to replace rear shocks with extended shocks from PRG. The Bilstein 5125. After adding the shocks, block and AAL...the ride is better than stock.
Right on, thanks for the info, been researching the cst lift

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Here is a closeup of a 285/75-16 DuraTrac on the newer PRO4X wheel and the full image of my avatar. While the sidewalls do bulge slightly, they are wearing very evenly. I run them at 36PSI on the road and 17-18 off road.
 

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