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Old 05-29-2005, 02:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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NE1 running 295/30/22 & 265/35/22 >>>

on a 22x10 and 22x8.5 staggared +15mm offset setup? I wanted to reuse my tires but I think my 285/30/22 on a 8.5" wide wheel is not the appropriate setup.
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Old 05-29-2005, 03:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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on a 22x10 and 22x8.5 staggared +15mm offset setup? I wanted to reuse my tires but I think my 285/30/22 on a 8.5" wide wheel is not the appropriate setup.
im running 265 35 22 pirelli tires with the 22X9.5 tis style 03 and i dont have any problems at all, except when i turn the wheel all the way around i get alittle bit of rubbing.
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Old 06-03-2005, 10:31 PM   #3 (permalink)
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on a 22x10 and 22x8.5 staggared +15mm offset setup? I wanted to reuse my tires but I think my 285/30/22 on a 8.5" wide wheel is not the appropriate setup.

I am planning on running staggered wheels 8.5 front and 10" rear. I ordered 265/35/22 front and 285/35/22 rear. do you think that will be an issue?
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on a 22x10 and 22x8.5 staggared +15mm offset setup? I wanted to reuse my tires but I think my 285/30/22 on a 8.5" wide wheel is not the appropriate setup.
Aspen,

Here is a car we did w/ 265/35/22 in front w/ 295/30/22 in the rear. The rear is running a 11" wide
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I think that the 265/35/22 will be to much for an 8.5 rim. you might have to go to a 255/30/22 up front and the 295/25/22 in the rear.
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295 30 22 in rear will be fine and look great plus tire hieght is almost the same as 265 35 22

I had this for a few weeks then sold them to just get the same size tire all the way around I had a 10.5 in the rear
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Old 06-04-2005, 06:18 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Stock Tire - 255/60R18
Overall Diameter: 30.04 in 763.01 mm
Sidewall Height: 6.02 in 152.90 mm
Revs per Mile: 692.4


265/35R22
Overall Diameter: 29.30 in 744.22 mm
Sidewall Height: 3.65 in 92.71 mm
Revs per Mile: 709.8

285/35R22
Overall Diameter: 29.85 in 758.19 mm
Sidewall Height: 3.92 in 99.568 mm
Revs per Mile: 696.8

295/30R22
Overall Diameter: 28.96 in 735.58 mm
Sidewall Height: 3.48 in 88.392 mm
Revs per Mile: 718.2


Now I'm not the smarter person in the world but how would the 295/30/22 be better? Its sidewall is alot shorter than the 265/35 and the overal diameter is less than stock
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265 35 isnt going to fit a 11 inch wide wheel it barley fits the 9.5 he has to go with either a 285 35 22 or 295 30 22 yes it has less side wall but fits pefrect
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265 35 isnt going to fit a 11 inch wide wheel it barley fits the 9.5 he has to go with either a 285 35 22 or 295 30 22 yes it has less side wall but fits pefrect

he isnt going to be running an 11 inch wide wheel! 8.5 front and 10" rear. man sometimes I wonder if anyone is reading this stuff
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What tires? I can not find a matching set of tires w/ those sizes. There is a BFG 285/35/22 but not a 265/35/22. I went with the Nitto 420s 295/30/22 and 265/35/22, I will report what happens, had a few guys state they are running it w/ no issues.


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I am planning on running staggered wheels 8.5 front and 10" rear. I ordered 265/35/22 front and 285/35/22 rear. do you think that will be an issue?
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