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post #1 of 51 Old 01-25-2013, 09:09 AM Thread Starter
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34x9.50 swampers on a 10 inch wheel

looking for pictures of 34x9.50 super swampers mounted on a 15x10 wheel. trying to decide if it would look good on my jeep.any pics woud be great.

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post #2 of 51 Old 01-25-2013, 05:18 PM
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you should NEVER mount a tire on a wheel that is wider than the cross section of the tire.

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post #3 of 51 Old 01-26-2013, 07:43 AM Thread Starter
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I seriously doubt that the half inch is going to make a difference. i understand the concept but come on thats just getting a little to technical. I have seen on several occasions a 12in tire mounted on 14in wheels. our customs shops do it all the time! would i go that extreme? no is that a wise move? no! a half inch- if i like the way it looks, I'm doing it.
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its gonna balloon out and not look very good. I bought my 92 YJ with 9.50 tires on 10inch rims from the PO and im not sure how the hell they got the bead to set

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better plan on taking a full set of spares when you go offroad!...
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Kraxen, would you by chance have a picture of that set up?
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post #7 of 51 Old 01-26-2013, 09:32 PM
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if you want to stretch the bead, buy a damn volkswagen. yes it is only .5 of an inch but when you drop tire psi down it loses the pressure pushing the bead out and you will blow a bead in a heart beat and then you are stuck with hopefully a spare and lets hope its not somewhere you are having a hard time to get out of. just bump up an extra inch. or run a thinner wheel. of but a 15x7 and have the rim widened out to a 15x9 so you keep the deep dish look but you wont have to worry about blowing beads


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blowing beads is not an issue, i don't krawl or bogg my jeep. it occasionally sees minor mud and water! i know the "what can happen" nor did i ask about that! just simply looking for a picture of what it would look like. i also don't run a low PSI. i don't have to compare sausages with other guys of who's is better, i just enjoy my jeep and do what i want with it being it's my money that bought the jeep and my money setting it up the way i want it. Thank You.

Now, any Pics would be greatly appreciated.
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blowing beads is not an issue, i don't krawl or bogg my jeep. it occasionally sees minor mud and water! i know the "what can happen" nor did i ask about that! just simply looking for a picture of what it would look like. i also don't run a low PSI. i don't have to compare sausages with other guys of who's is better, i just enjoy my jeep and do what i want with it being it's my money that bought the jeep and my money setting it up the way i want it. Thank You.

Now, any Pics would be greatly appreciated.
easy there killer. plain and simple there is a right way and a wrong way, and in now way is a 9.5" wide tire rated for 10" wide wheel. that size is listed to be used on a 7" wide wheel.

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you wont find pics because nobody does this. there are things that CAN be done, but it doesnt get done. and since you are so damn great they why dont you use the search feature and use this great website that just came out not to long ago its called GOOGLE. see what you can find there..... there is normally a reason you dont find much info on certain things

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never said i was great mr camaro! I have used the search function and could not find a pic, which is why i asked on here! even searched google and yahoo with results but not a good pic to determine what if i like what i am seeing! the diff between you and i, is that you sir are just an arm chair quarter back that gets off telling people what they can and can't do. i have better things to do than put thousands of posts on the internet!
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Bahahahaahah you are sooo funny there guy. Good luck with your search there buddy im sure many other people out there want to see how amazing this wheel/tire setup looks

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Do they even make 34x9.50 tires? I looked around on a couple of sites selling swampers and the only ones I saw in 34 were 10.50 or 12.50. Also seems like most of their different tires jump from 33 to 35 inches. I only saw a couple of variations with a 34 inch height. I'd go with the 10.50s if I were you. Or maybe go to a 35x10.50. Seems like they'd be easier to find.
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post #14 of 51 Old 01-28-2013, 02:36 PM Thread Starter
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about as cool as a douch bag trying trail a 98 grand cherokee grocery getter! so does that make you a soccer mom? sounds like it!
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post #15 of 51 Old 01-28-2013, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
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bhamshooter- yes swamper still makes the 34x9.50, typically its special order not a lot of tire shop keep them in stock. 35x10.50 is second option but not sure it will clear getting in and out of the garage.
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