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37x12.50x15 tires

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by cjjones, Apr 23, 2006.

  1. cjjones

    cjjones 1/2 ton status

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    I am looking to put on a set of 37" MTR's. Can someone help me, where to find a set of 10" rims, Is there a vehical that uses this size of rim?? Or am I going to have ot go to after market rims??
     
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    4 wheel parts has a line of powder coated steel wheels that are fairly cheap (~$35 a pop) and reasonably good looking.
     
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    Thanks, I was trying to get away from buying new rims, I would like to go to Dana 60's before I start to wheel too hard, so I would have to change rims again.
     
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    I think you can run a 15x10 on a D60. I know you can run it on a 14ff. You can get some steel ones from summit for around $40 each.
    -Harrison
     
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    He's saying he will have to change from 6 lug wheels to 8 lug wheels.
     
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    Ahhhh.....forgot about that little factor:crazy: :doah:
    -Harrison
     
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    Thanks guys I am looking for new as we speak. Thanks for the help.
     
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    Just put them on your stock rims. I run mine on 8" wide rims and if you have the stock steel rims they should be 8" and the stock alloys will be 7" and you should be able to put them on those too.
     
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    The stock steel white ones were 15x7, the stock steel ralleys were 15x8. My 33x12.50 crown bad on the 7" but 35x12.50 were great on the 8".

    15x10s with the 6 on 5.5" pattern are so common I'm sure you could find a used set cheep.
     

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