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Old 10-28-2013, 02:05 PM   #36
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It could. I would never do that, thats too wide of a tire.
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Old 10-28-2013, 02:08 PM   #37
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245/45/17=25.68" diameter tire
275/40/17=2.66"
315/35/17=25.68"

Not sure if a 315 will fit on a 9" rim, someone here will know!
What do those numbers mean?
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What do those numbers mean?
that is the diameter of the wheel and tire top to bottom. The 245, 275 and 315 are the widths of the tires.

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245/45/17=25.68" diameter tire 275/40/17=2.66" 315/35/17=25.68" Not sure if a 315 will fit on a 9" rim, someone here will know!
No, the best size for a 9" is a 275, the max anyone should go is 285. Most shops would even refuse to put a 315 on a 9"
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Kinda what I figured. I have 10" rims with 315's love em!!
OP you want close to the same size diameter tire to keep your speedometer close.
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I like them. Wish they made them in a 305/35/19
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I like them. Wish they made them in a 305/35/19
Oh yeah I like them too. I probably keep using them. I talked to someone with a ported eaton termi before getting them he said he dead hooks in first. I've had them at the track and they're good I wish I had more experience there but when I got a good launch they hooked great.
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