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Ok I have 20s on right now but I was getting them balanced and rotated today and got to talking to the guy about 22s. I can sell my wheels privately and then get some 22s if I want to. What do you guys think? Should I leave on my 20s or should I get some new 22s and sell my old 20s?
 

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22's are sweet, but consider a harder ride if keeping the same total tire diameter. I've seen a truck with 22's and 40 series tires and it looked terrible because the truck sat higher. Sacrifice a little comfort, but look good with the low pro's. Leaning toward yes. Hmmmm....:)
 

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I would just keep my wheels if I don't get 22s. I don't ever drive TOO far but even if I did I don't think the 22s would be something where I am like "to hell with these things they are too rough." I can't really bag my truck because I ride motocross and wouldn't have anywhere to put my bike so I am thinking 22s would be the next coolest thing.
 

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everyone is going to crusify me for saying this but....i would stick w/ the 20's. i think that is the biggest size that looks good. unless you set your truck up right so it doesnt look like a rollerskate. all the truck iv seen w/ 20+ look to high. i dont know just my opinion. what ever floats your boat man!!!!!!!!!
 

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the ride is not as bad as i thought, i have 285/35/22's and they ride nice and i feel the road more but i have to watch out for stuff in the road but if you have decent roads around you there worth the very slight rougher ride imo

also 265/40/22 has a nice sidewall...
 

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will the 265/45/22 rub at all though on my 2/4? I hate to get them then my truck set higher. I would like to stick with about the same size I have now with my 275/45/20 but I am afraid that the ride will be really bad.
 

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22's look better on stock ride hight but on lowered trucks 20's look just fine i think. thats just my opinion. my mom got 20's on her yukon and really big tires it looks goofy. i can make fun of her though i ride on 15's baby!
 
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