Like I said not something most folks from this board will ever need or want but interesting none the less, I think you'd call this a 24" rim. The guy is running 48" (35x16.5" next to it)Tractor tires on his rig. We set one next to my 44 and they are just friggin huge. Not too wide though. The rims are custom made so they can be turned around. I guess so the tractor tires don't dig so much. The beadlocks are a variation of the double ripper design inside the lip weld ring with 40 3/8" bolts. In case the guy I'm making these for reads this, I'm not helping you torque the bolts. I'm going to have a beer and watch . Amazingly enough the sidewalls on the tractor tires are a bit more pliable than an SX. Not quite as soft as my TSL's but soft enough to make airing down worth while. The biggest benefit I see to these tires is the clean out factor. For sure better suited for mud than anything else. He says they do all right on pretty much any terrain. He wheels it alot and wheels it hard so I can't argue. When they are finished and mounted I'll get some pics of the whole truck. Anyway, thought you guys might like to see what some guys are doing to master the mud!!