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Old 10-01-2010, 09:41 AM   #1
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Anyone run 265/70R18's on 18x9?

Any pics you can post?

I have the XD Monsters sitting in my shed and soon picking up P265/70R18 Grabbers for them. I am hoping they will look ok. I wanted 285 or 275/65R but they only come in LT, Load E in Grabbers and AT KO's

Actually, Grabbers did have P275/65R18 but only for a 7.5-8.5" rim. Go figure.

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Old 10-01-2010, 02:41 PM   #2
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I've got 265/65/18's on an 18x9.

I know it's not what you asked for, but it's a good point of reference.



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Looks good, thanks for that. Only difference in your size is the diameter is 1" less. The width is the same.
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Looks good, thanks for that. Only difference in your size is the diameter is 1" less. The width is the same.
Thanks, and just for reference I have 5100's at 1.75 up front.

With the 32.5" tire you are looking at, you might need more than that up front.
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KPT,those BBS looks pretty good painted. Debated about painting mine but mine are immaculate condition though. I am on putting 275/65/18 on mine soon. I have a 2.5" coilover lift so it should fit. I heard anything less may rub. I also am debating about going with 285/60/18 for the width but the 275/65/18 will give a taller stance.

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I am setting the 5100s to 2.5.

Wattapunk...from what I have read those tires will be ok, ie the 275
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KPT,those BBS looks pretty good painted. Debated about painting mine but mine are immaculate condition though. I am on putting 275/65/18 on mine soon. I have a 2.5" coilover lift so it should fit. I heard anything less may rub. I also am debating about going with 285/60/18 for the width but the 275/65/18 will give a taller stance.

Did you ever do this? Any pictures?
If so, must you remove the mud flaps for the tires to fit?
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