Like the title says, I'm interested in finding the tallest, skinniest tire I can run on a 15x8 rim. I know Interco makes a 35x10.50x15 in their SSR series, but I'd like to hear of some other options. Does anyone make a ~35" tire with a tread width less than 10"? I suspect there might be something in a metric, but I'm not sure what the magic combination of section width / aspect ratio to search for. If there are more options available in a 16" rim, I may consider that also, as I'm currently running 255/85R16's - but I'd sure like to go back to the classic Ralleye wheels. So I'm sure you're wondering WHY DOES THIS IDIOT WANT TO RUN PIZZA CUTTERS ON A K5??? Well, in nearly 25 years of working in the Northern Rockies of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming I've learned that 90% of the time when 4WD is REQUIRED to get where I absolutely NEED to be (working in the mining industry), it's because there is snow or ice on the ground. And nothing beats a narrow tread width for those conditions, whether it's creeping down I-25 in a blizzard trying to make it to Casper or bombing up a narrow drill road after 12" of fresh snow has fallen. Anyone else admit to having a tall/skinny fetish?