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      02-27-2014, 10:07 AM   #1
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Fender clearance..

Does 265-30-19 et37 on 10in wide wheel be same as 265-30-19 et37 on 9.5in wheel?
I know the 10in wheel would poke out a lil further but does the tire come out with it?
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the tyre will stretch less on the 9.5... not that much less... there'll be 6mm more poke with the 10"... either way both will fit comfortably in the rear

i've got 255 on a 9.5 and it's stretched ever so slightly...
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thx for the info.. so does the tire come out 6mm too compared to on a 9.5?
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The 10 will have 6mm more on both sides.
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The tire sidewalls will be bowed in a tiny bit more on a 10 compared to a 9.5.
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ok thx guys!
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10et37 is 2mm more aggressive than 9.5et33 which most people use with a 265 or 275. With 10et37 you could use a 275 or 285.
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