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post #1 of 12 Old 03-11-2010, 03:14 PM Thread Starter
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Are 35 X 13 X 20 Toyo's Ok for stock rims?

just finished up my 2.5" leveling kit and I am ready to get some new tires.

I was looking at the toyo's (all terrain) and they have a 35 X 13 X 20. Would this be a good fit or is this tire too wide for the stock 20" rim. ANy other tire suggestions are welcomed!
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how wide is the stock 20" wheel?

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8" wide i think
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its fine, people run that setup all day including me

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Ya its fine cause people will run 13-14" wide tires on a dually which are only 6.5 wide I believe

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Really it just depends on the look you want. If you want the bubble look go with a wide tire like the 13 but if you want a more square look then go with a 12 or something a little less. Soory if it sounds weird but its the easiest way for me to explain it lol
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Really it just depends on the look you want. If you want the bubble look go with a wide tire like the 13 but if you want a more square look then go with a 12 or something a little less. Soory if it sounds weird but its the easiest way for me to explain it lol
Personally I dont like the bubble look but thats me
i guess thats what i am trying to figure out. Is the side buldge bad with the 35X13 ?
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The side bulge IS bad, it can heat up the sidewall and cause premature wear and possibly failure. It will cause premature wear on the center on the tread.

I know there are plenty of folks that run this setup, but it's not optimum.

I wanted 35" tires, but did not want to spend the cash on wheels. I bought 285/75/18...35" tall and 11" wide. Cheaper, too.

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so what are some better options for me with a 20" rim?
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How wide is the rim?

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