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post #1 of 6 Old 03-14-2014, 01:20 AM Thread Starter
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Can I clear 20x14s with 275/55/20 tires on stock suspension
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Can I clear 20x14s with 275/55/20 tires on stock suspension
how do you fit a 10" wide tire on a 14" wide wheel? The tire store is going to look at your cross-eyed. They can get 13.5 wide tire on a 14" wheel but its very difficult and not recommended. You are silly my friend.

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35x13.50 is "probably" the smallest u would want to run on 20x14

36Xx15.50 look sweet on 20x14's... ur going to need a lift my friend..IF u have to have x14's
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more of that stretched BS... I bet his truck is stock or on 4"s

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I've seen 12.5's stretched onto 14's on a obs with a leveling kit

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how do you fit a 10" wide tire on a 14" wide wheel? The tire store is going to look at your cross-eyed. They can get 13.5 wide tire on a 14" wheel but its very difficult and not recommended. You are silly my friend.
Silly indeed. I dont mind the stretched look. 13.5" on a 14" looks good...Its different and I can respect that... but a 10" on a 14". How the F!?




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