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post #1 of 17 Old 03-19-2013, 03:50 PM Thread Starter
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265/75 R 16 on 9" wide wheels

Is 9" too wide of a wheel for 265/75 R16, if not airing-down super low?

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post #2 of 17 Old 03-19-2013, 04:04 PM
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It depends on the tire. I am running AT Revo's 265/65 r17 on 9"s. and have no issue. Some of the MT's that size are recommending only 8.5". Tire rack has a spec on the rim widths for each tire.

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Probably going with Mastercraft Courser M/T II
Summit's site says 7"-9" for these, but I like second opinions.

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Probably going with Mastercraft Courser M/T II
Summit's site says 7"-9" for these, but I like second opinions.
You should be fine then. I would be more concerned about the backspacing on the rim. I would not want to have more than 4" to 4.5" anymore than that and you may have rub issues on the inside if you ever wanted larger tires

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post #5 of 17 Old 03-19-2013, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
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Yeah, I've been looking for something alloy that's under $140 apiece, 16", black, 4.5" backspacing or less, and has little or nothing as far as chrome/silver or fake bolt heads. Easier said than done. Sure, there are wheels like the Pro Comp 7069, but the style doesn't match the shape of my headlights. :-)

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I went with the MT Sidebiters. nice alloy no bling. wanted 9s as well so I went with a 17. Seems to be more options in 17's. Both in rim and tire. Its as big of a rim as I would go before it starts looking like a rollerskate.

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The Sidebiters would be perfect, but I can't find them in 16" diameter with 5 x 4.5" pattern, only in 15" diameter. I'm looking for tires that are right around 32", but very few are to be found for 15" wheels, and the ones I can find are $$$. I'll see how much more it will cost to go to 17" wheels.

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The Sidebiters would be perfect, but I can't find them in 16" diameter with 5 x 4.5" pattern, only in 15" diameter. I'm looking for tires that are right around 32", but very few are to be found for 15" wheels, and the ones I can find are $$$. I'll see how much more it will cost to go to 17" wheels.
They have them 16x8, 5 on 4.5 with 4.5 backspace. They are about $155 per wheel

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Where did you find them?

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I can't find them. huh! I could of sworn they came in 16x8, 5x4.5. Sorry. Mine are 17x9 5x5.5 with 5 inch backspace. I am running 1.25' spidertrax wheel adapters to fit them on my LJ. which puts the backspacing to 3.75" They fit nice with no lift.

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post #11 of 17 Old 03-20-2013, 10:09 AM
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Here is a shot of how it looks
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post #12 of 17 Old 03-20-2013, 11:31 AM Thread Starter
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Looks good, man.
Spidertrax adapters would put me beyond budget, which would mean less money for other improvements.

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Welp, I guess I'm gonna hafta compromise somewhere. Going up to 17" wheel definitely gives more options for tires, but only gives more options for wheels if I were driving a ricer.

Got it narrowed down to these:

Summit Racing Series 375 Black Ultimate Eight Wheels


Moto Metal Series MO951 Black Wheels (these are the 9" wide ones)


Pro Comp Xtreme Alloys Series 7089 Cast-Blast Black Wheels


I'm leaning toward the Pro Comps, although I think they kinda look like steelies.

Now that I think about it... I could get some steelies, and free up some money to get some better tires.

Also, I thought this was funny:

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It will work and you can do it.

Personally, I think it looks like a$$. It's just too much wheel for too little tire.

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post #15 of 17 Old 03-20-2013, 02:03 PM
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I always liked the AEV Pintler's They discontinued them. But if you shop around you can still find them
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