- Can you fit a 275 tire on a 8.5 inch rim?
- What is the widest tire you can put on a 9.5 inch rim?
- Will a 225 tire fit a 8.5 rim?
- Can you fit 295 on a 9.5 rim?
- What is the widest tire for a 8.5 inch rim?
- What is the widest tire you can put on a 8 inch rim?
- Can you put a 12.50 tire on a 8 inch rim?
- Will a 275 tire fit a 10 inch rim?
- What size Tyres fit 8.5 J rims?
- How wide of a tire can I put on a 10.5 inch rim?
- Can I put a 10 inch wide tire on a 8 inch rim?
- Can you fit a 275 tire on a 9 inch rim?
- Can I put 245 tires on 225 rims?
- Can wider tires fit on same rim?
- Can you change the width of your tires?
Can you fit a 275 tire on a 8.5 inch rim?
You can run a 275/40/17 on an 8.5″ wide wheel.
However those wheels are going to look goofy IMO on the car because they are going to be tucked way into the fender.
If you can return them I would and get a set of the 9.5″/10.5″ wide versions..
What is the widest tire you can put on a 9.5 inch rim?
Usually 275 to 285 is the widest.
Will a 225 tire fit a 8.5 rim?
Yes. Well, the approved wheels for a 225/45-18 tire are 7-8″ a 8.5″ wheel is really not ideal for that tire size and out of spec… Your better off with a 245/40-18 on a 8.5″ wheel…
Can you fit 295 on a 9.5 rim?
Registered. Honestly your not gonna want to run any tire wider than a 295 on a 9.5 rim. Anyone that works in that field will tell you the same thing. Sure you can fit it on the rim but your not gonna get the full contact of the tire to the pavement.
What is the widest tire for a 8.5 inch rim?
255255 is the widest any tire expert or any real racer will say for a 8.5 rim.
What is the widest tire you can put on a 8 inch rim?
Equivalency tableRim widthMinimum tire widthMaximum tire width7,5 Inches205 mm235 mm8,0 Inches215 mm245 mm8,5 Inches225 mm255 mm9,0 Inches235 mm265 mm12 more rows
Can you put a 12.50 tire on a 8 inch rim?
You can run 12.5 wide tires on an 8 inch rim. The width of the rim will affect the way the tread is shaped as well as the sidewall, but you can definately safely run 12.5 wide tires on an 8 inch wide rim.
Will a 275 tire fit a 10 inch rim?
a 275 is wayyyy to small for a 11 inch wide wheel. I dont understand your second question. You should run a 305 or 315 on a 11 inch wheel. You want a 9-10 inch wheel for a 275.
What size Tyres fit 8.5 J rims?
Tyre overall rolling diameterRim WidthMinimum tyre widthIdeal tyre width8.0 Inches215 mm225 or 235 mm8.5 Inches225 mm235 or 245 mm9.0 Inches235 mm245 or 255 mm9.5 Inches245 mm255 or 265 mm12 more rows
How wide of a tire can I put on a 10.5 inch rim?
335’s should be on at least 11.5″ but 12″ is ideal. I wouldn’t go any wider than this though. 335’s should be on at least 11.5″ but 12″ is ideal.
Can I put a 10 inch wide tire on a 8 inch rim?
You can’t even fit a 10 wide tire on an 8 inch wide rim I wouldn’t think. You can go one inch without much of a problem typically, but two I don’t think would work. If it does fit, I would expect a ton of sidewall punctures but your rim being okay. But if you run it on a 10 inch wide rim, it would be like “normal”.
Can you fit a 275 tire on a 9 inch rim?
OP: whoever told you that 275 on a 9″ wheel was a bad idea was likely one of those tire stretch fools who want to put a 245 or 255 onto a 9″ because “it feels more responsive”. It might “feel” more responsive, but it has LESS GRIP. Not only is 9″ wheel within spec of the tire maker, it doesnt even look budged.
Can I put 245 tires on 225 rims?
As long as both of tires have the same diameter, you can use them. In this case the diameter is 18 for both. Only noticeable difference here is the width. The 245 kinds are about 0.8” wider in respect to the 225 which is not an issue.
Can wider tires fit on same rim?
As a general rule of thumb, it’s safe to fit a tire up to 20 millimeters wider than stock on the original rim. The actual width of the tire will vary depending on the width of the rim: The tire will expand 5 millimeters for every half inch (12.5 millimeters) increase in rim width.
Can you change the width of your tires?
Most vehicles will easily allow for you to change the width of the tire by one size, or 10 millimeters, without any negative affects. Keep in mind that when you go wider, most tires become taller unless you go with a smaller aspect ratio. The aspect ratio of a tire is the middle number in the size.