OK, I'll start by saying that personally I have no intention of doing some of the mods that people on here do to their X, so you might not like my answerdragonplayboy said:DAMMIT!!!!!!!!! WAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!
well I just proved that 285/75/16's don't fit with stock suspension.
DAMMIT DAMMIT DAMMIT!!!!!!!!!! What do I do?
The strange part about that is, I didn't have to grind the studs on the rear axle. They were a hair shorter than the studs in the front. Not sure why that is. I didn't have to grind much off the front studs, not even a full 1/16 inch. I would rather do that than have an extra .3 inches on the adapter thickness.armandov99 said:Edited to add: yes, you need spacers that thick...with a 1" spacer you can't clear the stock studs so you have to grind them, which I would not recommend.
Do you still have your spare, or did you get an alloy spare?dragonplayboy said:what lift will be necessary (and best) to make them fit without destroying my already injured wallet, or is a lift the answer? The steelies idea isn't horrible, but what does the nissan steelie look like? does anyone have a pic?
did you have them on stock rims? were they OR rims or something? that really doesn't help me man! I gotta know what to do with the well over 1000 bucks worth of wheels, tires, spacers, and lugs that I now have and can't use...?B Slater said:....I was running 285/75's on a stock suspension for quite a while with no rub. It is the fault of the rims.