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Old 08-18-2013, 04:21 PM
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Anyone runnin 35x10.5"??????? Pics??

I have a 4" lift with 35x12.50's. thinking bout maybe going a little skinner to free up some rollin resitance, wieght and gas mileage. I drive 100 miles roundtrip for work everyday. At 11 mpg's , 1 tank only last 3 days. Trying to see if a 10.5 " wide tire would look silly or not. I may even by a set of 20" stockers with tires. I gotta do something. Between my welder and the truck, i am blowing $900 a month in fuel working 4 days a week.

If you got any pics post em up.
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I have a 4" lift with 35x12.50's. thinking bout maybe going a little skinner to free up some rollin resitance, wieght and gas mileage. I drive 100 miles roundtrip for work everyday. At 11 mpg's , 1 tank only last 3 days. Trying to see if a 10.5 " wide tire would look silly or not. I may even by a set of 20" stockers with tires. I gotta do something. Between my welder and the truck, i am blowing $900 a month in fuel working 4 days a week.

If you got any pics post em up.
Gb
Who makes a 35x10.5?
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Many have something close and a few make 35x10.5,. Metric sizes work too.

285/75. is 35x by 11. Etc....
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Many have something close and a few make 35x10.5,. Metric sizes work too.

285/75. is 35x by 11. Etc....
If you think 285/75 equals 35x11 you are mistaken. 285 is 11.25" wide with a 75% aspect ratio. No rim diameter stated = incomplete tire size.
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Now back to my original question, who makes a 35x10.5?
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Go away! Do your own research. I am looking for pics.
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I could sell you my stock 20's with the Goodyear 275 65 20 (34.3") I believe. Where in California are you located?


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I've never seen a 35x10.5 tire... Ever.

You have a heavy *** rig, I would not expect more then 10-13 mpg.
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I've never seen a 35x10.5 tire... Ever.

You have a heavy *** rig, I would not expect more then 10-13 mpg.
Be careful, the OP will yell at you too!
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As I'm sure you've noticed, I dont care...LOL
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