ANyone using a 285/40 tire on a 17x10.5 rim?

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    Anyone got pics of this?
     
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    ok I guess no one does...
     
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    From reading posts about what I'm going to do with my 10" wide rims when I get them, 295 is as narrow as you could go on a 10.5" rim to have wheel protection, etc. I know 275's will fit on a 10" rim but it will leave little rim protection if at all, so a 285 would be very tight on a 10.5" rim. I'd look at 295's at least! :nice:
     
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    I cant find anything with a 295 size in a 17" tire.
     
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    True. Sorry about that. Looks like you may have to go to sumitomo's with the 315 size. Hopefully someone else can help.
     
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    305 or 315. Don't skimp on rubber - thems all that keeps you from sliding into a ditch, off the track, or into the back of a car that suddenly brakes in front of you. :nice:
     
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    Thats a little too skinny for a 10.5" wide wheel in my opinion. Sumitumo 315's even still leave a little lip on the rim showing.
     
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    my sumi 315's hang over the edge of the wheel on my car?
     
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