How Wide Can You Go On A 9.5 Inch Rim?

Will a 245 tire fit a 9.5 rim?

A 9.5 is the recommended size for most 245 width tires..

Will 255 fit on a 9 inch rim?

255 should be good. I have 235’s on my 9 inchers and the wheels are wider than the tires.

Will a 295 tire fit a 9.5 rim?

Sure you can fit it on the rim but your not gonna get the full contact of the tire to the pavement. It’s to wide. I put 295 40 zr20 yokahama Advan sport on the rear of the 9.5 BM wheel 35 psi.

How wide can I go on my rims?

As a general rule of thumb, it’s safe to fit a tire up to 20 millimeters wider than stock on the original rim.

Can you fit a 275 tire on a 9 inch rim?

you could stagger the tire sizes… For a 17 inch wheel: 255-40 up front and 275-40 out rear. I’ve had 275 on a 9″ rim.

Can you change tire width without changing rims?

It’s possible to change the size of your tires without actually changing the diameter. One example is if you want larger rims – you can buy tires that compensate for the larger rims by reducing the “height” of the outer tire.

What is the widest tire you can put on a 7 inch rim?

Equivalency tableRim widthMinimum tire widthMaximum tire width6,5 Inches185 mm215 mm7,0 Inches195 mm225 mm7,5 Inches205 mm235 mm8,0 Inches215 mm245 mm12 more rows

Will a 315 tire fit on a 9 inch rim?

Impossibru; a 315 tire has a tread width of 12.4″. On a 9″ wheel that means you’ve have 1.7″ of tire sticking out past each side of the wheel.

Will a 275 tire fit a 10 inch rim?

It will work fine man. Lots of people run that tire size on a 10″ rim.

What is the widest tire for a 9.5 inch rim?

Usually 275 to 285 is the widest.

Will a 10 inch wide tire fit on a 9 inch wide rim?

You can install 9 inch wide front tires and 11 inch wide rear tires if you want. You could install 10 inch wide tires all the way around if you want. Your rims do not have to be different widths just because your tires may be different widths from front to rear.

Does width of rim matter?

The width of the rim will influence the width of the tire. A tire mounted on a narrow rim would be “narrower” than if the same size tire was mounted on a wide rim. … The industry rule of thumb is that for every 1/2″ change in rim width, the tire’s section width will correspondingly change by approximately 2/10″.