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Old 09-26-2013, 08:51 PM   #1
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What size tire?

Im getting new wheels today, they're a strange width. 9.75 all around. For those of you running a 9.5 in front, what size tire do you use? I'm looking at a 275/40 all around.
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275 will be good
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I run 275s on my 9", since you are almost 10 i would say 285, maybe even 295.
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Im getting new wheels today, they're a strange width. 9.75 all around. For those of you running a 9.5 in front, what size tire do you use? I'm looking at a 275/40 all around.
I run 275s on 10" wheels and the tires could easily be two or three sizes wider without a problem.
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I put 275's on my stock 8.5" v6 pp rims lol. You could get a 305 on that rim
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I put 275's on my stock 8.5" v6 pp rims lol. You could get a 305 on that rim
305 seems pretty big to shove in the front doesn't it?
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305 seems pretty big to shove in the front doesn't it?
It depends on the offset, I'm going with 295/40or35/18's all around for my track tires
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It depends on the offset, I'm going with 295/40or35/18's all around for my track tires
Damn what size are you track wheels? But the ones I'm lookin at are 20mm
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Damn what size are you track wheels? But the ones I'm lookin at are 20mm
I'm going to go with 18x10's all around not sure on the offset right now. I have to see what will interfere with the brake cooking ducts
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I'm going to go with 18x10's all around not sure on the offset right now. I have to see what will interfere with the brake cooking ducts
I thought about 18x10 all around too. It just depends what style I want
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I run a 19X9.5 all the way around with 285/35/19's
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On a 9.5 I would do 285 all around
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