Here's my truck with Bridgestone Dueller AT Revos in 275/70/16 on 16x7 stock Toyota Alloys. There is still plenty of room, and it doesn't rub at all on the road at full lock or under compression on trails. My truck is not lifted.
Last edited by partyman66; 03-18-2007 at 08:41 PM.
When I replaced my old and worn-out OEM Bridgestone Dueller HT's(265/70/16) with the new AT Revos in a 275 size, I gained just slightly over an inch in wheel diameter. Some of those gains were because my old tires were pretty worn out and the new ones have full tread on them. If I remember correctly, my old tires measured just a hair over 30" in diameter(about 30.1" or 30.2") when I got rid of them and the new 275/70/16 AT Revos were about 31.3" when I measured them about 2 weeks ago.
I really like the Revos by the way. They ride awesome on the highway, in the corners, and plow through snow like nothing I've ever driven before. My old Bridgestone HT's used to hydroplane quite a bit in the rain even when they were semi-new, but these new AT Revos have yet to hydroplane even once on me.