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Old 11-19-2012, 08:45 AM
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mud terrain tires on semi wheels 24"

wanting to run some toyos on some 24" wheels, but im worried theyre gonna rub in the rear. Is there a spacer guys run to make em fit? anybody running a similar setup?
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24" rims? I wanna see a picture of this. Does it have a monstrous lift or you doing small tires?
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There are spacers available for dually configurations that would most likely allow you to run the toyo's. Another option is to run commercial grade truck tires. Michelin makes a few patterns.
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What size tires are you looking for 40's, 37's????
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I see 8mpg in your future
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Ummm...truck & trailer wheels are 22.5" diameter, not 24". And then you are looking at "G" Range tires which are heavy and have a fairly low speed rating.

Guessing you haven't thought this through....
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Ummm...truck & trailer wheels are 22.5" diameter, not 24". And then you are looking at "G" Range tires which are heavy and have a fairly low speed rating.

Guessing you haven't thought this through....
Don't forget about 24.5" there smart guy.
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Ummm...truck & trailer wheels are 22.5" diameter, not 24". And then you are looking at "G" Range tires which are heavy and have a fairly low speed rating.

Guessing you haven't thought this through....
Your also aware that they can be shaven down by 1/2" and will take a Toyo or any aggressive tread tire. I think Toyo makes an a/t that fits the 24" rims and is under 37" tall


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