Whats The Widest Tire You Can Put On A 9 Inch Rim?

Can you put a 10 inch tire on a 8 inch rim?

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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..

Will a 295 tire fit a 10 inch rim?

295 will fit fine on a 10 inch rim even though it is at the lower limit for a 295 tire. The overall diameter has nothing to do with rim width. The only thing with running a wider tire on a narrower rim is the pressure range of the tire available to get optimum contact patch.

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.

Will a 285 tire fit a 10 inch rim?

any tire wider needs a wider wheel. 18″ x 10″ 295/35R18 would be perfect, a 285/35R18 works too.

Can you put a 12.50 tire on a 10 inch rim?

You’ll need less backspacing (puts the tire out wider), at least 4.5″, for 12.50’s. 10.50’s are thinner and, therefore, have a thinner footprint (less surface area) and will do better in snow and other slick conditions. You also should not run 10.5’s on 10″ rims. You can run 12.5’s on 8″ or 10″ rims.

Will a 295 tire fit a 9 inch rim?

295 will fit on a 9″ wheel but it’s not recommended by the manufacturer. It will have a slight bulge on the sidewall and tire might wear out sooner but it will fit.

What is the widest tire you can put on a 10 inch rim?

Equivalency tableRim widthMinimum tire widthMaximum tire width9,5 Inches245 mm275 mm10,0 Inches255 mm285 mm10,5 Inches265 mm295 mm11,0 Inches275 mm305 mm12 more rows

Can you put a 12.50 tire on a 9 inch rim?

yeah that’ll be fine…..the recommended rim width for most 12.50 tires is 8.5-11…so that falls in that range you will be fine. The issue will be whether or not the tire size you go with will fit without rubbing on your rig. Lots of people run 12.50 on their stock 7.5 inch rims with no major problems.

Will a 9 inch tire fit on a 8 inch rim?

tire made for a 8″ tall rim will not fit on a 9″ tall wheel. It might if you get a tire press large enough and the beads don’t snap.

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.

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.

Will a 315 tire fit on a 9 inch rim?

315 Nittos on a 17×9 wheel are fine. Any Nitto. Alot of people will say you can’t run a tire that big on that wheel but those people don’t have experience with Nitto’s tire sizing. … The 315 Nittos on a 17×9 wheel will look like a 275 on a 17×8 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.

Are 285 tires the same as 33?

You are talking two completely different measurements. 285 is the tread width in millimeters. 33″ is the tire diameter. … 5R17 has a 12.2″ tread section width which would be equivalent to a 305mm section width tire.

What’s the widest tire for a 9 inch rim?

275A 275 is the ideal size for a 9″ rim from a ‘lateral acceleration’ point of view. There is no ‘bulge’ and the sidewall comes right to the edge of the bead. If you like to carve the ‘curvies’ I would stay with that size. A 285 and even a 295 may fit but you will get some sidewall ‘shrug’ under hard cornering.

Will 245 tires fit 9 inch rim?

So a 245 on a 9 is fine.

Can I put a 10 inch wide tire on a 8 inch rim?

You can install 8 inch wide front tires and 10 inch wide rear tires if you want. 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.

Can you put a 12.50 tire on a 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.