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Old 05-03-06, 03:29 PM   #1
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I know that 275/30 or 285/30 are the sizes everybody goes with on the 20x10 rears of a second gen GS. Im just real curious to see any pictures of anybody running a 265/35 on any size 10 inch wide rim. Anybody have any?
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I may be wrong but....I don't think it possible unless you have some modifications for those to be able to fit. Maybe Romini knows.....

I'd be curious as well if its been done
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I've got pics of 265/30 on a 19 x 10.5 if you'd like to see that?
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It should fit. It will just be/look stretched.
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That tire diameter is about 27.4".......won't that cause some rubbing issues???
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it will fit but look stretched. WHy go 265?? 275 and 285 won't cost little more and they look a lot better, not even talking about traction and handling....
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That tire diameter is about 27.4".......won't that cause some rubbing issues???
LOL. That too.
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i know i know im just curious to see how bad it would stretch. They are all listed to fit rims up to 10.5" wide so im wondering what it would look like
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Here's what the stretch looks like on a 265/30 on a 10.5" wheel...



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