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Old 09-07-2010, 11:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Im goin to try and fit some goodyear mvt 395/80-20 meats under my rig an im lookin for some guideance!
Whats an acceptable rim width for these 15.5" wide tires, can they be balanced for the road? Would traditional wheels be the better way to go or have a set of stazworks made up? Summit racing has some nice ATX teflon wheels but if they wont hold up to these tires then why bother even if they are almost 200 less?!
Truck mostly gets driven round town an on the highways but is also a farm rig as well as my hunting/loggin truck an does get out on the track occassionally to hook up to a sled, but will be used on sand once these tires get tucked under it. Plannin on makin new fenders for the truck so i can keep my COG reasonable.
Appreciate any guideance i can get.
1996 F350 7.3L
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