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Old 05-08-2013, 02:59 PM
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large tires on factory aluminum rims

anyone have pictures of oversized tires on the factory single rear wheel aluminum rims on an obs? trying to figure out if they look stupid or not with some 285s or 305s

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On your obs dually?
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no the single rear wheel aluminum rims
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Cmon no pictures?
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anyone have pictures of oversized tires on the factory single rear wheel aluminum rims on an obs? trying to figure out if they look stupid or not with some 285s or 305s
My tire guy in Auburn Ca, Souza's Tires informed me and my buddy that he would not mount oversized tires on the 7" wheels. my buddy lifted his rig 6 with 35's or whatever they called them now, and he bought similiar wheels in 8" if i recall.
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They look fine, even 315s look good. Here's some 285s

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are those e or D range
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Load Range D. They actually have a higher max load then factory size E's
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I am running 285 load range e Cooper Discoverer ATP tires - Reviews, ratings and specs in the San Antonio - East Area - Discount Tire
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im sure the ride quality is better too, anyone ever had problems mounting 285 or 305s on the factory rims? Beads ever pop off?
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