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post #1 of 8 Old 04-20-2010, 05:30 PM Thread Starter
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38/15.50/22?

Was working on getting my suspension set up figured out and trying to pick wheels and tires earlier and Eric at Speed and Truck World told me toyo has a 38/15.50/22 Open Country MTs? anyone else heard of it? If It exist I want it because I want to run a wide 22, but I dont want to step up to 40s or go down to 37s. I really like the Open Country MTs but I am open to other suggestions.

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As far as I know they don't make that size unless it is brand new and not even on their website yet.


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yeah thats what I was thinking? How do you like your 38/15.50s? that close to the same set up I want to run on my truck. 8 inches on 38s. do you like it?

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Yea I like them alot...it's the perfect stance for me. Any bigger would be too big for me and it still stands out from all the trucks with a 6" on 37s.


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yeah I really like yours. So you would recommend 8 inch on 38s over 10 inch on 40s for daily driving? This is the first time I am lifting a truck and I want to make sure I cant say "I wish I did..." after its all done. You race motocross?

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Thanks man. For me I wouldn't go any bigger than 8" on 38s for a few reasons. My truck barely fits in my garage now and it definitely wouldn't with a 10". A garage is a must living in Utah. Also, it's a b!tch to load my dirt bike now since I'm only 5'9" so any taller and it would be too big of a hassle. Also I get harassed by our cops plenty so any bigger wouldn't be worth the hassle. No, I don't race...just do alot of dunes and some trail riding.


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8" and 38s is perfectly fine and still bigger than most on the street...I will say I really liked mine on 40s with the 10" better though..and got 10X the looks and compliments when I went to the 22/40 combo.

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I think I am going to run the 8/38 combo at first, and if I want to I am going to throw on a spacer and run 40s. I think thats my best bet at first. Id rather be able to go bigger than not be able to go smaller.

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