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31"x11.5"x15 on a 15"x10" rim?

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31"x11.5"x15 on a 15"x10" rim?

31"x11.5"x15 on a 15"x10" rim? Will this work, and if it does, out of curiosity, what is the smallest size(width) tire you can put on that rim. Thanks, Nik

Here are some tires I was looking at http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires....e1=yes&place=1
 
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id go for a 15x8 rim for a 11.5" wide tire.. Probly still work tho since the tire is 1.5" wider than the rim.
 
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there is 1 truck that i know of on RF that acully has 32x11.5x15 i beleave its red i dont remeber the member. personally it is WAY to side of a rim for a 11.5 tire, if your looking for a wide look do the 32x11.5x15 with a 3.25BS on a 15x8 rim it will give you a very mean stance... and yes you can fit a 32's if you acully have spindles. also look at the buckshot mudder a member here will set you up with a set if you want them it will be under $500 for 32's because 33's are like $505 or something
 
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im currently running 32x11.5 on a 15x10 rim (it has a different backspacing so it dont really stick out that much)...for now..

tomarrow im gettin my 33x12.5s
 
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I wouldn't do it, but it looks like it can be done. I'd be very worried about losing a bead if you ever aired down or didn't keep your tires pressured up right. Just my .02 though
 
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Originally Posted by Gearhead61
I wouldn't do it, but it looks like it can be done. I'd be very worried about losing a bead if you ever aired down or didn't keep your tires pressured up right. Just my .02 though


i never air down my tires tho.. so..
 
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It SHOULD be alright, just be careful with you tire pressure.
 
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