I had to trim a little off of the lower valance on the front and they rubbed a bit on the inner fender at full stop. Cheers, JohnYou wouldn't happen to have any pics of your '01 with the 315's, would you? Valid on orders shipped in the contiguous United States. Oversize fees also waived on this item. This is as big as one can go. So 70 is 70% of 285 and 75 is 75%, so on a 285 that 5% is about 14 mm difference in height.
Open to residents of the U. The third number is of course the size of rim it fits. I could be wrong though. Going bigger will require far more modification. How adventurous are you feeling? Allow 6-8 weeks after Sponsor receives the request for processing.
The 70 and 75 is the ratio between the 285mm width and the height of the sidewall. The first number is the width in millimeters and the second number is the ratio of the width and height. . You can plug in virtually any metric size and get equivalent inches, from there you can also check in change in effect rear end ratio when you go to larger or even smaller tires. Applicable shipping fees will be charged, if required, on additional items added to the order.
Victor Edit: And if I'm not mistaken that 14mm would be on just the radius, so you'd get a total of 28mm bigger diameter. Visit for complete rebate details and redemption information. Granted, with a few mods, you can make them work. Oh by the way, I am now running 37x12. Summit Bucks are redeemable via phone, mail, online or by presenting them at a retail location. I had to trim a little off of the lower valance on the front and they rubbed a bit on the inner fender at full stop. This is just how I understand tire sizes to be.
I can't picture a tire that huge on an Expy and need a visual! I think this is correct if I understand it all, but I may be wrong. . . . . . .
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