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Old 09-23-2015, 09:30 AM
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New guy here looking for some info.I have a 1999 B2500 SE and want to put new tires and rimes on it.Will these sizes work?Pros cons??
15 x 8 inch rims. 4.5 bolt pattern
(2) 245/60-15 and (2) 235/60-15.
The backset on all rims is 3.75inchs/9.5mm and the off set in( -1.5inches/3.9mm).
Thanks Dennis.
 
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Old 09-23-2015, 09:40 AM
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READ: https://www.mazdaforum.com/forum/whe...ensions-30376/
Tires must be within 3% of stock height. That thread will show you how to change tire sizes in to diameter so you can compare new one to your stock size to make sure you are within 3%.
 
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Forgot to mention, a wide tire will suck in the rain/snow.
 
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Thank you very much for your input.The link is very helpful.The sizes I mentioned are a set of BF Goodrich tires on four eagle wheels for 575 bucks.Dang they would look good but function is not very good.Oh well Ill keep looking!!!
 
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