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Old 11-09-2011, 06:20 AM   #1
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17x9 with 265-70-17

Anyone running this, NO LIFT, all stock with just a 17x9 wheel and a 265-70-17 tire. Please post pics.
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Old 11-09-2011, 06:30 AM   #2
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Old 11-09-2011, 06:46 AM   #5
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Yes it will fit
What backspacing and offset is needed though? I believe my local tire shop put the wrong backspacing or offset on my pickup.
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Old 11-09-2011, 07:13 AM   #7
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Ive got the XD Revolver and its rubbing so i think the offset or backspacing or both is not right.
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Old 11-09-2011, 08:28 AM   #9
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Make sure you get a tire that works with 9" wide rims. Not all 265/70 are rated for 9" rims. Should fit with minimal to no rubbing, maybe remove front flaps as suggested above
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Yeah im worried about having the top specs instead of the 2nd specs...im gonna get them to measure and tell me today. And if they got the wrong then im gonna get the to get the right wheel, 265 tire, or im taking my business elseware.
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Also, i use my pickup for 99% street driving, with the exception of a gravel road every morning and every evening. So yeah, its pretty much an all street truck.
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Old 11-09-2011, 09:10 AM   #12
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Also, i use my pickup for 99% street driving, with the exception of a gravel road every morning and every evening. So yeah, its pretty much an all street truck.
Even though it's a street truck and it'll probably 'be ok' running most 265/70s on a 9" rim, you're paying a lot for tires, they should be the proper size for the rim unless you're specifically paying for a particular look. Just my $0.02 but if I'm going to drop that kind of money on something, it should fit.
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mike i would rather him run a 265/70/17 than that 245 LOL .. but yeh .. i mean to do it right at this point is going 285 and either full 3" lift or trimming some stuff..
Agreed, OP said in another thread he found some 265/70R17 BFG Rugged Terrains that are approved for use on a 9" rim.
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if its rugged terrain .. i would rather slap on the stock dunlops.... i hate rugged terrains and trails.. they arent worth crap .. the hankook, general at2 , nitto terra, are all better options than that ..
Damn, I hadn't heard that about the Rugged Terrains yet. Lots of reviews on the Rugged Trails and they seem to be more of an all season tire than an A/T. I checked my Coopers and they aren't recommended for a 9" rim in that size either, I wonder how many of the others actually are?
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I have 265/70/17 duratracs wich i believe are suppossed to be on 8" wheel and i have them on 9" wheel no problems yet. Had them for around 8-10k miles on and off road
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Is your pickup lifted or stock? or have you ever had the aftermarket wheels and duratracs with a stock pickup?
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looking good.. man thats cool was it 17x9 4.5 bs with -12 offset and no rubbing without flaps at all???
^^what he said...i have the same question
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looking good.. man thats cool was it 17x9 4.5 bs with -12 offset and no rubbing without flaps at all???
That is correct and never rubbed at all when stock even while wheeling and flexing. I don't have the mudflaps but I heard they can rub on the flaps with this tire size
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On your mudflaps theres a little piece that sticks closer to the tire then the actual mudflap, and i heard if you trimmed it back it wouldnt rub? Is this true?
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