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Old 04-10-2013, 04:54 PM
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Need to Buy CHEAP 37", 38", or 38.5" Nittos (20x10 wheels)

Guys...

I need to find 37", 38", or 38.5" Nitto tires. I don't mind buying used as long as they're 80%+ tread and in good shape (no rot, etc). I have 20x10 XD Revolvers and I'm on 8.5" of lift up front (4.5" hanger & shackle + 4" leafs) and 8" (4" block + 4" leaf) in the rear, so I'm not worried about rubbing. I think I could squeeze a 39" if slim enough on there.

What are the possible sizes I could hunt down? Will a 13.5 / 14.5 / 15.5 wide tire fit on a 10" wheel? Will that bead right?

I need help determining which tire sizes will work, and what where to score them WICKED CHEAP as they would say in Bahston.

Thanks.
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Guys...

I need to find 37", 38", or 38.5" Nitto tires. I don't mind buying used as long as they're 80%+ tread and in good shape (no rot, etc). I have 20x10 XD Revolvers and I'm on 8.5" of lift up front (4.5" hanger & shackle + 4" leafs) and 8" (4" block + 4" leaf) in the rear, so I'm not worried about rubbing. I think I could squeeze a 39" if slim enough on there.

What are the possible sizes I could hunt down? Will a 13.5 / 14.5 / 15.5 wide tire fit on a 10" wheel? Will that bead right?

I need help determining which tire sizes will work, and what where to score them WICKED CHEAP as they would say in Bahston.

Thanks.
Any of the widths you mention will be fine for a 10" wide wheel. Looks like you just need to figure out how tall you want to go. As far as a used tire place...let me know when you find it.
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Any of the widths you mention will be fine for a 10" wide wheel. Looks like you just need to figure out how tall you want to go. As far as a used tire place...let me know when you find it.
There's a tire kingdom near my house that fairly regularly throws away quality take off tires because people go larger or smaller. I may be shopping there, unless I can find somewhere legit
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