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BFG All Terrain I believe.
BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO, they look great
They appear to be BFG TA KO's (at least the lug pattern looks like that).
pretty sure thats the BFG AT ko tire
Those are BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO
All-Terrain T/A KO | BFGoodrich Tires
:clueless Could they be the BFG KO's? Then again they look alot like the Michelin LTX MS, pretty sure it is those...

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Is that right? 1.25" leveling kit will fit nearly a 33" tire? The 265/75-17 is nearly a 33" tire. (32.64)

That doesnt seem to be a common or even available tire size that I could find on a quick search.
 

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Yes, they're BFG mall terrains, guys.
 

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Is that right? 1.25" leveling kit will fit nearly a 33" tire? The 265/75-17 is nearly a 33" tire. (32.64)

That doesnt seem to be a common or even available tire size that I could find on a quick search.
You will find a ton of tires in the 265/70/17 size... Still taller and wider than stocks
 

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Yes, but the 265/75-17 is a hair over 1" taller.

Big difference in fitment. I know the 265/70 is fairly common size, coming in at the 31.6" OD.(265/75-16, 265-70-17, 265/65-18) Which was pretty standard OD size for most of the fullsize's for nearly forever.

Going from the stock 255/65-17 (30.1") to a 265/75-17 (32.5") seems unlikely as chevy claims they already stuffed the most tire they could under there.
 

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There seems to be some confusion here.

According to the Zone OffRoad site the max tire size you can fit with the zone 1.25" leveling kit is 265 65R 17 (30.56" diameter/10.43" wide) vs the zone 1.5" body lift 265 70R 17 (31.61" diameter/10.43" wide) vs the zone 2.75" combo kit 285 70R 17 (32.71" diameter/11.22" wide) which includes body lift plus the leveling kit.

2015-Chevy-Colorado-Universal | Zone Offroad Products

NTW states the max tire size you can fit with the zone 1.25" leveling kit alone is 265 75R 17 (32.65" diameter/10.43" wide), which differs massively from what Zone OffRoad states.

ZONE OFFROAD 2015 GM COLORADO/CANYON 1.25" LEVELING KIT

I just plan on the leveling kit (in the mail) and putting on some 31"ish AT tires, either Toyo Open Country AT II or Cooper Discoverer AT3s.

So besides the black zone truck pics (and the factory concept vehicles) has anyone put any bigger tires on their trucks yet? ... 'cause so far this thread sucks :wink:
 

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That had to be a typo on the website then. Since been changed. The quick specs listed at the bottom left of the page listed the size as the 265/75-17 like I asked about.
 

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That had to be a typo on the website then. Since been changed. The quick specs listed at the bottom left of the page listed the size as the 265/75-17 like I asked about.

Zone OffRoad lists the max size as 265 65R 17.
National Tire and Wheel, which also sells the Zone kit, lists the max tire size as 265 75R 17 which can't be correct.
National Tire and Wheel has the typo.
 

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Zone had the max size at 265/70/17 they changed it
 

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Is it necessary and advised that you get a wheel alignment done after a front lift kit install. And I am also interested in which lift height I need to level my Canyon all terrain . thanks
 

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Is it necessary and advised that you get a wheel alignment done after a front lift kit install. And I am also interested in which lift height I need to level my Canyon all terrain . thanks

Yes, its always advisable to get an alignment. And you wrote that as if you already own the truck, is that correct?

If so, go measure the fenderlip to the ground front vs rear.
 

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Thor 18 put 265/70/17s on his stock truck and reports no rub. He posted pics today.
 
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