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Old 04-15-2009, 05:45 AM
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stock rim bigger tires

i got stock 16 alloys and wanna go a little bigger and wider i have 235/85 what can i get thats taller and wider on stock wheels
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You do not want to go bigger then 12.50 wide. If your stock hieght then you do not want to go bigger then 33 inch tall.

Break down of this would be 285x75R16 equivlant to 33x11.50R16. Or 305x75R16 equivlant to 33x12.50R16.
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thanks man!
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305 70 16's will rub the leaf springs when turning all the way on the stock wheels Ive been there you wont have any issues with 285 75 16's tho
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I got 305's and they look really go to me. they rub at full lock turning though but really who turns a full lock?
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Old 04-16-2009, 12:49 PM
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305 are really expensive haha
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I got 305's and they look really go to me. they rub at full lock turning though but really who turns a full lock?
yea thats when mine rubbed and said o well but then I started to realize myself being in full lock in some tight spots and finally pissed me off and got the 285's
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