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355/60/20 tires?

Anyone running 355/60/20 tires? if so what size rim do you have them on i am wondering if they will fit on a 9" rim? i know the tire companies call for a min. 10" rim so if anyone has some first hand exp. with them please post it up!
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What does that equal in width? 14.50?

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I think it's 37x14" they are just a bit wider that the 37x13.50 tires according to the tire specs that's what i don't understand they say the 13.50 tire will fit on a 8.5" rim and these are only a 1/2" wider.
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They will work on a 9 inch rim, I have done it. 10 inch would prolly be better. These are on a 9 inch.

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Did they seem like they wore good on the 9"s ?
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He isnt complaining yet. They would work the best on 10s.

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I would not mind 10" rims if i can find a nice offset that don't stick out to far i just don't want 4"s past the wells. thanks for the info.
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I liked my 20x10 kmc monsters with a +12 offset. They were perfect imo, Hope this helps


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They don'y look bad on your truck i will check them out.
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