You could fit a 285/70r17(33x11.5) which is what CST recommends for 5 inches of lift. 33x12.50 would fit, but you would have to trim(body mount, lower bumper valence, etc.)well changed my mind doing 5" suspension lift, coil spring spacers with 3" spindles and shackles in the rear. will 33x12.50 tire be ok on a 17x8 wheel with 4.5 back space?
I am not sure if an 11.5 inch tire will fit on the oem rims. Your much better off saving and buying new wheels that you know will fit.(safer too)so 285/75r15 or 33"x11.5 will be fine on 15" oem wheel with 2" spacers?
Is it just me that is confused?With stock tire and rims, you don't need spacers. With bigger tire, and oem 15" rims, you will probably need like a 2 inch spacer.
Is it just me that is confused?
You don't need spacers, but you do? Tire size should not matter, right? Isn't it that the spindle is larger than a 15" diameter wheel will clear?
I would not recommend and 11.5, and especially a 12.5" tire on a 7" wheel. A Z85 wheel is only 6.5" wide.
One of my most common recommendations for tire/wheel combinations is to go to the tire manufacturer website. Find the tire you want to purchase then check the allowable wheel specification for the size tire you are after. Then you will know it's the right size, and the wear will be adequate, not premature.