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Old 08-19-2014, 08:16 PM   #1
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Exclamation 275/55r20 on 20x9.5 wheel??

I just recently out a set of Cooper at3's on my stock wheels and then finally found a set of wheels I really like but the wheel is a 20x9.5. The tire isn't listed on Cooper's website so I want o make sure these will fit before pulling the trigger.

So...Will the tires fit or are they gonna be stretched and look like crap?

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Old 08-19-2014, 11:17 PM   #2
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Will they "fit"? Yes

Will it be within RMA reccomended rim width range? Yes, at the very high end. So they will be pretty stretched but still in the reccomended range! Looks like you should be good to go!

It's the max width you would want to have.
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Seems to me your wheels will be sticking out instead of your tires... if that's the look your looking for.
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@techrep - The wheel has a +25 offset which should be roughly 6.23" backspace. The stock wheel has 6.5" backspace.

This should only move the wheel out about a quarter of an inch, no?
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naw...your good for the fit...I was talking about a 275 tire on a 9.5 wide wheel...not much rubber hanging over the wheel.
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