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Old 04-04-2010, 05:59 AM
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what size tires for a 22" Ultra goliath rim??

im planning on getting 22" ultra goliath rims and i dont know what size tires i should get, 305? 295? im not sure any help would be great thanks!!
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Old 04-04-2010, 07:27 AM
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With 22's most guys are going with 37" or 35" tires. Here's some 22's with 35" toyo's


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Old 04-04-2010, 10:47 AM
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do i need a lift kit for that setup?
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ok ive changed my mind to the ultra mammoth rims but what backspacing do i need so it wont rub and looks good? and does a 305/40/22 sound right or no? im confused with these tires numbers..
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I know the whole rim and tire size with lifts and without confused me a bit. I know the setup I have with the 6" lift i could only go with 35/12.5 r22 because the 37's wouldn't fit with the 13.5 wide. That being said it seems like the types of lifts make all the diffrence in how much tire you can fit. Some guys are able to run 35's with a leveling kit
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Old 04-07-2010, 04:19 PM
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now what does a 37" tire mean like a 325/50/22? idk how to convert the inches to a tire size if that makes sense??
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This is a good calculator to use...
Tire Dimensions Made Simple - Discount Tire
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Runnin 37s on my 22s and a 6" lift. You could put a 35" BFG or a tire comparable to its size on a stock truck with stock wheels, sometimes you'll need a leveling kit. Its all in the backspacing. More than often the further the wheel sticks out the smaller the tire will have to be to fit or the more lift you will need to fit a bigger tire.
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