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      06-24-2012, 05:17 PM   #1
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      06-26-2012, 05:53 PM   #2
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man i should get these evo x

bump for some dope tires
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Can I ask you how you ran these on a 135?
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      06-28-2012, 10:11 AM   #4
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Can I ask you how you ran these on a 135?
On a 9.5 wheels , on stock suspension.

It even fits a 275 with no rubbing.

The front I use 255/35
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      06-28-2012, 08:09 PM   #5
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I want this size tire but I am not sure it will work on my 8.5" Breytons with the 48 offset. I have the 255's on it now from Hankook with no issues at all. I would buy these if I were sure they would fit.
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      06-29-2012, 08:31 AM   #6
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I want this size tire but I am not sure it will work on my 8.5" Breytons with the 48 offset. I have the 255's on it now from Hankook with no issues at all. I would buy these if I were sure they would fit.
Depends what's your usage purpose.

If you are using it for track purpose, I'd not recommend puting a 265.

When you use a 265 on 8.5 the sidewall actually gets soft which will affect your cornering performance.


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ya i am just not sure it wont rubb with the offset of these rims. Stocks are 52 offset and these are 48 so it may hit the fender lip, but i am not sure.
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ya i am just not sure it wont rubb with the offset of these rims. Stocks are 52 offset and these are 48 so it may hit the fender lip, but i am not sure.
According to tire rack, the wide difference between 255 and 265 is approx 0.5".

Maybe you can ask a tire shop about it since I'm no expert
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According to tire rack, the wide difference between 255 and 265 is approx 0.5".

Maybe you can ask a tire shop about it since I'm no expert
ya none of them know and my tire shop i always go to has no clue if it will fit and if i order through them and they dont fit i can only get a refund if they are not driven on. Most on here say 265's wont work at all without rolling fenders or if the rim has an offset of 55+. What offsets are the rims you used them on?
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ya none of them know and my tire shop i always go to has no clue if it will fit and if i order through them and they dont fit i can only get a refund if they are not driven on. Most on here say 265's wont work at all without rolling fenders or if the rim has an offset of 55+. What offsets are the rims you used them on?
On a 9.5 57 offset.

That rim I can fit 275 with no rubbing.
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On a 9.5 57 offset.

That rim I can fit 275 with no rubbing.
ya that 57 offset is what helps.
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ya that 57 offset is what helps.
My front 8.5 have 38 offset. But I never attempted to fit a 265 on it since I'm very close to rubbing with 255 already. (Not enough camber)
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