I know, 35's is the size what brand is the best for all terrain? Also would 2.5 body spacers allow me to do those tires?
Bfgoodrich all terrain ko is a very good on road truck tire. Because both are expensive, I would get mud terrain km2 if you are considering doing any technical off roading. They are in the $200 range, usually with a $20 difference.
The other thing is, most 35" diameter tires will run a minimum of 12.5" width. Some 34" and Q78s (35.5") can run 10.5"-11.5".Most tires of this size should be offered for a 15, 16, and 17" daimeter wheel.
I would recommend running a 10.5" tire width on a maximum Wheel width of 8", and a 12.5" on a minimum wheel width of 8". When your off road, you lower your tire pressure (8-12 lbs) to increase traction. If the rim is too wide, you will have less sidewall flex, so you would have to run a lower tire pressure to get the same amount of traction with a narrower wheel. And, the lower the tire pressure the better chance you have of losing a bead.
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