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post #1 of 19 Old 06-05-2009, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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looking for a 35" tire

Who makes a 35" tire that fits these wheels? I'm trying to run 22's on 35" without having to lift my truck. I recalled seeing a couple truck's on the forum with the combo I want to run. Here is a link to the wheels.
EAGLE ALLOYS Series 064 Chrome Wheel Rim at WheelsNext.com

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I was running 20's on 35 inch toyo's no lift, the problem with the wheel that you have picked out is i think the back spacing is going to be too much and they will rub. My wheels were 20x9 +12 offset 5.5 backspacing, i think if you go much more than that its going to rub like crazy, as for a 35, what type are you looking for just a street tire? or a mud?

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Looking for a mud tire for the aggresive look. I'm not sure what backspacing I should go for. I really like the rockstars but everyone has them.

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toyo is just releasing an mt in a 35/12.5/r22. I was going to get the same rims, but I've heard Mazzi Hulks and the knock off versions all have chrome issues. No way you will fit them without at least a leveling kit. Even with that, you will probably rub on your inner fenders.

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ha ha you sound like me about two weeks ago. Im not sure they make a 22 in under 10 wide which may be problem number 1. Im pretty sure your going to want alot of back space but i dont know how much for sure, i would say 5.5 back space would be good. The second thing is i dont know if anyone really makes a 35 inch mud tire in 22s

Ill show you what 35/s 20's looks like with no lift,




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I'm trying to avoid lifting my truck because of the snow we get around here and I'll be going back to my factory 20's during the winter months. IMO lifted trucks with small wheels/tires look terrible.

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yeah for sure, i actuall think my truck would have looked alot better with either a smaller block in the back or a leveling kit,

A leveling kit might be your way to go, most of them are just a coil spacer and shock, so it wouldnt take long to bring the truck back down to stock

just a thought

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Good idea! I never thought about going back to stock during the winter. Looks like I'm gonna go with one of these two.
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you can easily get Interco Tires tha are a 35x12.50r22... you dont need to look hard for it.... and the BMF wheels are badass... definately do those

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YOull like the novicanes i got them in black

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