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Old 12-19-2010
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15x10 or 15x8 Wheel

I have 15x8 Crager Soft 8's and im going to be purchasing a 33x12.50R15 tire shortly once i decide on which one i want. Would that size tire look better on a 15x10 or will it be just the same on the 15x8?
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It all depends on the backspacing of the wheels. Generally, a 15x10 will cause the tires to stick out of the fenders more. It is all in your preference of how it looks. Some people don't like tires to stick out too far, others prefer it.
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stock fender flares 15x10... no fender flares 15x8 thats IMO
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I like the deep debth look of the 10" wheel
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stock fender flares 15x10... no fender flares 15x8 thats IMO
Beat me to it... lol
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15X10's will cause more W&T than 15X8's.
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These are 15x8's Imagine the tire sticking out another 2 inches, and that would be a 15x10
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awesome, thanks for your advise
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actually, could someone post a pick of a ranger with a 15x10 with a 33x12.50R15 real quick? just want to do a side by side comparison before i pull the trigger on a new set of cragers
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15x10s: sorry, they are older pics
make the tires look alot wider, different stance
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15x10 it is, thanks for all the input
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