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Stock Tire Size for '07 Cab and Chassis

Old 01-25-2007, 04:04 PM
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Question Stock Tire Size for '07 Cab and Chassis

What size tire comes stock on the Cab and Chassis DRW? I'm picking one up tomorrow, but need to order tires today because my tire guys deliver on Fridays.
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Anybody? I've still got a few hours to get them ordered.
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Lt235/80/17.
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Thank you.
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Lt235/80/17.
those would be taller and more narrow than my 265/70/17's right?
are you able to swap the tires and not mess with the speedometer?
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I am not a tire size genious by any means, but I belive they are real close to the same hight. You don't have to recalibrate the speedo, but it may not be exatly dead on. The problem with putting 265's on a dually is the rears will rub together when loaded.
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http://www.dakota-truck.net/TIRECALC/tirecalc.html

This site will put metric tire sizes into inches. It's a big help on figuring tire size differences.
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