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28x11.5 ET Street on a 10inch rim??

Like the title says just wondering if anyone has this set up and if it gives a good foot print. I already have the ET Street tires and I'm going to be picking up a new set of rims and want to go with a 10 inch out back. Thanks for any input...




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That will work perfect im going to be running a hoosier 29x10.5w on a 10 inch rim for now till I save up and eventually go to a 12 inch rim down the road.


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Yes, that will leave about as wide a footprint as you can get out of the 28x11.5 ET Street. The 28x11.5 ET Street is actually the same measurement as a 28x9 slick. Its onlike like 8.75" wide at the tread.

The wider rim will stretch it out and get the best print.

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Same tire on a 9 inch wheel

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