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Old 03-29-2013, 03:44 PM   #1
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widest tire on a 18x10

whats the widest i could go? a guy wants to trade me his deep dish bullits but he has 285's out back and i need more meat on my rears like my 315's on my 17" cobras .
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I ran a 315 on my 10' fr500's no problem
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I ran a 315 on my 10' fr500's no problem
sweet !! where did u buy the tires ?
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I bought them used from a vendor in Cali
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i wonder if i can buy em online somewhere. i really want trade but idk how expensive it will be
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i wonder if i can buy em online somewhere. i really want trade but idk how expensive it will be
I think AM carries them.
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335/35/18
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335/35/18
wow that would be awesome
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I didn't know 335s fit on a 10". I've always seen them have 10.5-11" recommended for optimal fit and sidewalk character.
I feel like they would be over-compressed on a narrow 10".
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I didn't know 335s fit on a 10". I've always seen them have 10.5-11" recommended for optimal fit and sidewalk character.
I feel like they would be over-compressed on a narrow 10".
I got 315/3517 on my 17x9 at work..
Trust me it will work

I'm running 335/35/18s on my 18x10s
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I got 315/3517 on my 17x9 at work..
Trust me it will work

I'm running 335/35/18s on my 18x10s
Awesome. I learned something new today!
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I got 315/3517 on my 17x9 at work..
Trust me it will work

I'm running 335/35/18s on my 18x10s
What kind of tire brand name was the 315 that you got to fit on a 17x9 rim?
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What kind of tire brand name was the 315 that you got to fit on a 17x9 rim?
Nitto 555
And they were put on 17x9 2003 Terminator wheels
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Nitto 555
And they were put on 17x9 2003 Terminator wheels
Oh! Well..Nittos run small anyways.
Just giving you a hard time, man. I have 315s on 10.5" and I didn't see how they could fit 9". Good to know they can though.
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I have 315 nittos and I just don't see how they would fit on a 9....
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I have 315 nittos and I just don't see how they would fit on a 9....
It's easy you get a real tech ( Me ) and a Decent tire machine , and waaaaalaaaaa!

Some places will say oh no it won't fit, that's why I just did it myself ... Not going to say easy because low pros suck period, but easy enough
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Oh! Well..Nittos run small anyways.
Just giving you a hard time, man. I have 315s on 10.5" and I didn't see how they could fit 9". Good to know they can though.
Haha I was gonna say that.
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17x9 with 315/35/17 Nitto 555 Tires
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