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Old 05-03-2008
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I have a 02 with just a stock suspension no lift. What size tires can I run on 15x10 wheels without any rubbing?
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31's if you aren't doing a lift, I believe.
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^^no.


32x11.50. 10" rim is a little too wide for 11.50's in my opinion....15x8 is better. If you bump it up a rare 31x12.50 you should be fine....maybe. You could also run a 33x10.50, but the 10" rim is definately tooo wide for a 10.50 tire.

Assuming you have a 4x4.

I have 15x10's w/ 35x12.50's w/ a 3" bodylift.

Need more info on your truck man.....like.....2wd or 4x4?
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Its a 2wd. I dont need it for off road I guess I was thinking more of a sporty looking tire? I just want something with raised white letters and to look good. I already have the 15x10 so the other opion is out of the question.
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sell the 15x10.. or lift the truck pretty much your options. any tire you can fit on your truck with out braking out the angle grinder 15x10 are to wide to run
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So now that we know that you have a 2wd XLT, I believe the largest tire is a 235/75r15...or similar. Ditch the 10's man. I know you get probably get like 275/40r15 if you really wanted to run the "sticking out the truck" look w/ the 10's.
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So now that we know that you have a 2wd XLT, I believe the largest tire is a 235/75r15...or similar. Ditch the 10's man. I know you get probably get like 275/40r15 if you really wanted to run the "sticking out the truck" look w/ the 10's.
You can run bigger than a 235/75 those are only like 28.9" diameter, you can run a 30 or even 31 stuffed on coil sprung. But to echo the other guys, sell the 15x10s there is no way you can safely run those.
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Thanks for the advice fellas Anyone need a set of 15x10's ? they are Eagle alloys and are in good shape. or I'd be willing to trade for wheels not so wide. I figure I'll give it a shot on here?
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got pics???
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i run 295/50's on the back of my truck on a 15x10 eagle alloy and a 235/60 i think on the front also on a 15x10 so in the width department you should be fine
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^^I forgot to mention those......295/50r15 will fit. So will 275/60r15. I run both sizes on the rear of my chevy w/ 10" rims. Even ran the 275's on the 2wd ranger back in the day.
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u might could fit a 31 10.50 15 a/t idk i fit 30 9.50 15's on my 99 2wd fine no rubbing all with 15x7 rim stock idk bout 15x10's
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if its just for street use id sell the 15x10s and pick up a set of nice 17 or 18" mustang rims with some nice high performance street tires... just look what I have on my 2wd thats dropped... 18" motegis with 245/40/18s
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