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05-19-2010, 04:38 PM #11
I always lookup any particular product to see its specs., thanks for the input!
While many people put much wider tires on "narrower than recommended" rims, I always try to stay within recommended specs. Why? One never knows (without specifically FIRST getting it in writing from their insurance company) how "modifications" will affect insurance claims (if/when something/anything goes awry, and an adjuster makes note of "vehicle modifications" which exceed any product manufacturer's specifications).
Some additional notes, the brand tire which I used here was merely to lookup some specs:
for example: tirerack.com indicates that the 255/70R16 Dueler H/L Alenza will fit on RIMS: 6.5" to 8.5"
for example: tirerack.com indicates that the 265/70R16 Dueler H/L Alenza will fit on RIMS: 7.0" to 9.0"
The above said:
Thank you all for your help, I'll certainly be revisiting these forums on a regular basis. You all are awesome!
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05-19-2010, 06:11 PM #12
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05-19-2010, 06:31 PM #13
I have 17" OEM wheels on my truck.Bagged 06 Silverado Crew Cab.
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