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post #1 of 21 Old 11-07-2013, 09:30 AM Thread Starter
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295/65/20 on a 10'' wheel?

I'm currently running a 325/60/20 Nitto Terra Grappler on on 05. They have been great tires (contrary to most people's thoughts) and I have about 40,000 miles on them, but their time is almost up! I'm looking at the 295/65/20 Toyo ATII. That tire is almost 15lbs lighter and should tuck into the fenders a little better...just thinking out loud. My question is though, are my 10'' wide wheels going to make them balloon too much?

If anyone has pics of this combo that would be awesome too!

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I'm currently running a 325/60/20 Nitto Terra Grappler on on 05. They have been great tires (contrary to most people's thoughts) and I have about 40,000 miles on them, but their time is almost up! I'm looking at the 295/65/20 Toyo ATII. That tire is almost 15lbs lighter and should tuck into the fenders a little better...just thinking out loud. My question is though, are my 10'' wide wheels going to make them balloon too much?

If anyone has pics of this combo that would be awesome too!

Thanks guys......
That seems a little wide to me. What does Toyo show for the approved rim width?

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Toyo shows an 8 to a 10 wheel is acceptable with 8.5 being "ideal". That means I should be ok just don't want them to look like balloons

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I had a 295/70/18 on a 9inch rim and it was fine...don't know if that helps.....
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I had a 295/70/18 on a 9inch rim and it was fine...don't know if that helps.....
I think 9" would be perfect for 295s.
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I'm going to be running that tire on a stock 2013 20" wheel

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KingStroker what did you wind up going with for those tires. I plan on getting the same size 295/65/20 and can't decide on 20x10 or 20x9 fuel wheels I'm looking at. Do you got any pics of what you winded up with. I appreciate the help. Let me know how you liked those tire sizes.

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KingStroker what did you wind up going with for those tires. I plan on getting the same size 295/65/20 and can't decide on 20x10 or 20x9 fuel wheels I'm looking at. Do you got any pics of what you winded up with. I appreciate the help. Let me know how you liked those tire sizes.
I think 20x9 would be perfect for 295s. 20x10 might look a little funky.

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Yeah I haven't gotten the tires yet, I'm milking all I can out of my terra grapplers before I drop the coin on a new set. I will probably go with the the 35x12.50 because of my 10 inch wheel. The more I thnk about it, the more I think the 295's will look "ballooned" on that wide wheel. I'd go with the 9 inchers if I were getting new wheels. As far as the tires are concerned I haven't seen many negative reviews anywhere on them. Hope that helps some......

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285/75s work fine on a 10, therefore, 295s will as well. In fact, I run 295s on a 10 on my hot rod.

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