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Old 11-28-2012, 07:51 PM   #1
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9.5 wheel

Hats the widest tire you can fit on this wheel?
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That's a 285/40 on a 9, id say 295 even 305 but I dont know if it'll be pushing it with a 305
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That's a 9 not a 9.5?
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You can fit a 10.5 inch wide wheel in the back for sure, maybe even 11 inch. But no more than 9 in the front.
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Hats the widest tire you can fit on this wheel?
I had 295s on my 9.5 2k cobras Rs.
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Alright you you think a 305 would go on one?
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Old 11-29-2012, 08:18 AM   #8
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I'm pretty sure it'll fit but it'll be bulging on the sides. I think 295s would be best.

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Alright then I'll go a 295 what's the best tire that's a reasonable price? Are some tires wider than others like different brands?
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Nothings the best just preference, , iv had falkins eh, now I have nittos NT555 I really like there hook. Just I've been told burn outs will make them wear pretty faster than others
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Do some tires look wider than others? Like a 295 nitro vs a 295 Micky Thompson or like other tires?
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Do some tires look wider than others? Like a 295 nitro vs a 295 Micky Thompson or like other tires?
Yes. Although they may have the same sizes, some appear wider than others.
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Yes. Although they may have the same sizes, some appear wider than others.
Which ones appear wider than others?
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Which ones appear wider than others?
My Goodyear Eagle F1 supercar and Michelin pilot looked wider than my Toyos. Not so sure about other brands....
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With an 18 but if I went with a 35 sidewall would it fill my gap more or not? Cause right now I have 275/40r17 ?
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My rear tires are 295/35/18s on 18x10. Front tires are 265/35/18s on 18x9.
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Alright sweet yeah the 35 sidewall looks good I'll go with that cause a 295/40r18 tire is hard to find?
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Alright sweet yeah the 35 sidewall looks good I'll go with that cause a 295/40r18 tire is hard to find?
I'm not so sure about that bro. -_-
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Yeah cause I would like a 40r sidewall I just want a tire that looks wide as hell. The 40r will fill my gap better in the rear so I will keep trying to find some but if I can't then 35 will be it.
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