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03-22-2019 03:07 PM
Westfalia Just noticed you had 16"s. Here they are in that size. They look great and would be awsome in deep snow, but I bet they HOWL on the highway! LOL

LOL just realized I'm replying to a 5 year old thread. Oh well, maybe someone can benefit from it in the future.
03-22-2019 03:03 PM
Originally Posted by Jeepin Al View Post
LT 265 75 r 16 10 ply 31.9 inch diameter
Those look nice, but not what I pictured you wanted. The look you were looking for has very squared off sidewalls like this Super Traxion in 15". Pricy, but I think this was more what you were looking for.
12-02-2015 06:47 PM
mtglass cool calculator....
07-22-2015 01:24 AM
Jeepin Al LT 265 75 r 16 10 ply 31.9 inch diameter
07-12-2015 01:16 PM
Jeepin Al I just placed an order for Generals AT LT 265 which is advertised as 31.9 inches I will let you know if they rub the plastic inner fender well in the front.

A ratio of 85 will give you a tall skinny tire. 15 and 16 inch rim sized tires are getting rare as the 17 and 18 seem to be taking over.
07-09-2015 05:20 PM
niebs they are like 30.5" tall... but you can go narrower if you wanted. i have 235s on mine right now.
07-09-2015 03:40 PM
shortlid I want t to give it that old "high boy" look. Like the old 60's Power Wagons. Tall narrow tires with military style treads. The stpck 265/70r16 are equal to31 inch by 10.5 already?
07-09-2015 05:27 AM
niebs maybe look into some chains as well.
07-08-2015 11:33 PM
RXT Without a lift I think about a 265 (metric) or about a 30 (in inches)

A lot of info is left out. Aggressive could mean you're looking for a Super Swamper, which is a very aggressive mud tire, or you might define aggressive as a BF Goodrich Mud Terrain. Either tire will perform very differently. My suggestion is, pick a tire you like and visit a tire store and have the tire techs test fit a set.

07-08-2015 04:02 AM
Tallest skinnest tires on '01 4x4

Here in New Hampshire we have deep snow. Best tires are tall skinny tires with aggressive tread. What is the tallest skinniest I can put on my rig?

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