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Old 12-20-2006, 09:51 AM   #1
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Default tire size for 15x6.5" rims?

what you guys think is a decent tire size for 15x6.5" rims? i would like the tires to be a nice decent wide and not to big of a profile like 60s n ect. pics would be great.
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Old 12-20-2006, 09:58 AM   #2
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205 50 15
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195/50/15 for dumped rides
205/50/15 is fine too but rubs if to low
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195/55/15 if you like the mushy stock feel
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195/50/15 for dumped rides
205/50/15 is fine too but rubs if to low
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195/50/15 for dumped rides
205/50/15 is fine too but rubs if to low
im runnin 205's and mine rub a little, but only when they're new (obviously). i was thinkin of going to 215, but i dont know how bad tire roll over would be. does that happen with a 50 series tire? dont mean to jack thread
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im running 195/55/15 as well as most of the people know.
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205/50's with rolled fenders is what I run
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225 50 15, bfg drag radial boitches
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