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Old 02-07-2020, 03:34 PM Thread Starter
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28x10x14 Terrabites-Fit?

Hello all
I'm new here and need a ruling
Looking at 28x10x14 terrabites on 14x7 wheels with 4+3 offset
Will they run with out any rubbing on 2014 t4le with the floorboard recall done on it?
No lift or other mods
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Old 02-07-2020, 04:11 PM
 
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Should, as far as I know. Im running 28". If not 2" lift is cheap.

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Old 02-07-2020, 06:16 PM
 
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Iím running terrabites Iím that size on my 2018 with a 2 inch lift and it has a lot of room. I think they would fit fine without a lift. Great tires too.
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Old 02-07-2020, 09:01 PM
 
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I've run the same size for over a year without problems. It's a great tire.
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I put Kenda Executioner mud tires, 28x9-14's front and 28x11-14's on the rear on 4+3 and 5+4 wheels. The front did rub on sharp turns. I bought a 2" spacer lift and only did the front. Solved the problem.

I just bought a set of 4 Kenda Mastadon 28x10-14's on 5+3 wheels, same size all around. Haven't installed them on the Teryx yet but I think they'll fit OK. I'll let you know next week.

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I would guess you may rub a it at full steering lock, especially with the suspension compressed. Just go easy and you should be ok.

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Welcome to the forum too!!

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I run 28" terrabites and only rubbed on the front driver-side where that metal protrusion is. I used a piece of wood and a hammer and just kinda softly "knocked" it back enough so its no longer an issue. My neighbor has a T2 and he cut/welded new plate. Both are good fixes depending on your style. BTW, the terrabites @ 28" = great deal. all around good tire and good size IMO.

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