gear and tire fitment chart

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  1. mudseeker

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    #1 mudseeker, Jul 23, 2008
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    due to the numerous post with questions on how big of a tire is able to fit under a certain truck i did a search and found this info.
    this is a general guide provided by Mickey Thompson to help determine what may be needed to fit plus sized tires under your truck.
    http://www.mickeythompsontires.com/Tire_Fitment_Guide_2008.pdf

    i would also like to include this wheel guide, also provided by Mickey Thompson. it has the bolt pattern info that most people seek when they want to purchase aftermarket rims. back spacing must also be considered when purchasing aftermarket rims. i will try to find any info on that later.
    http://www.mickeythompsontires.com/Wheel_Fitment_Guide_2008.pdf

    this gear selection chart was found by another member and i am adding it here for a quick reference. this chart will help you decide what gear ratio or tire size will work best for your truck. thank you Junior for this great find.
    4Lo.com :: Gear Ratio & Tire Size Chart

    a metric to inches tire conversion chart
    4Lo.com :: Metric Tire Size to Diameter in Inches Calculator

    side-by-side tire comparison chart
    U.S And Metric Tire Size Information Calculator

    http://www. wheelsmaster. com/rt_specs.jsp
    http://www.rimsntires.com/specs.jsp (link change)

    gear chart
    http://www.4x4connection.com/gearchart.htm

    vehicle specific bolt pattern chart
    http://www.vehicle-bolt-pattern.com/

    Wheel measurement chart
    http://www.truckforum.org/forums/off-topic/26795-wheel-measurement-chart.html

    www.roadkillcustoms.com/hot-rods-rat-rods/Tire-Size-Calculator.asp by batty1214
     
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    wow, great post mud. Definitely some good information. And needed around here. You should have a direct link to this thread in your signature, or on your profile....
     
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    excellent find mud. i guess i can hang up the idea of putting 44s on an s10.
     
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    HAHAHAHA, maybe you will hang it up, I am still trying to fab it;):D >>> LOL.
     
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    when you figure it out, i want to see it. be worse than those 18 in wheels.
     
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    Well, I think this is the biggest I have seen....
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    And I do not think those are 44's cause I am pretty sure these are
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    It would funnier with out a lift a running 44's like this... though I think this is a toy, like an RC car or something...... not sure.
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    But not practical..... LOL.... Would be funny though.
     
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    ooops, my bad here is a blazer with tires that big.... Not an S10, but same family....LOL....
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    See, so I guess it would be possible, the question is, is it worth more money to you to put 44's under your little ride then it would cost to build a house? LOL.... J/K....
     
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    had a guy here in town with some of them on his 04 dodge. the angle for the front drive shaft was so extreme that he could not leave it installed. i dont see how people play with stuff like that. the 35s on mine are a little tall for me. i like the wide alot better. believe i used to run 315/50/15 on the chero. good size footprint for the runnning and playing that i done with it.
     
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    excellent post mudseeker, thanks! no mod required for stickin some 31x10.50s under my nissan is wicked good news.
     

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