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Old 07-21-2014, 08:29 PM   #14321
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Oh okay. Dang. The search continues...
XD has some, but I've never really liked them.
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P stands for passenger car and LT is light truck
245 is the width of the tire in mm
70 means the sidewall height so its 70% of the 245mm so its 171.5mm tall
R16 is a 16" rim
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Old 07-21-2014, 08:29 PM   #14323
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What do the numbers and stuff mean for tire size? Like P245/70 R16
using that example, tread is 245 mm wide, sidewall is 70% of that 245 mm, 16 inch rim
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Old 07-21-2014, 08:33 PM   #14324
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Alright thank you! I learn something new everyday haha
What is y'all's opinion on flow masters? I'm looking into getting a complete kit, but what would the best one be? I'm looking for the aggressive sound.
You could just ditch the muffler that sounds pretty good imo
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Just curious, how do you think borlas sound compared to magnaflows? And what might be better than the other from the 2 brands
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What do the numbers and stuff mean for tire size? Like P245/70 R16
245 is width 70 is the height ( percentage of the width ) and obviously 16 is the wheel or rim whichever you want to call it
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Old 07-21-2014, 08:37 PM   #14325
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Anyone had any experience with Helo wheels? I've never heard of them but they look pretty nice.
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Old 07-21-2014, 08:47 PM   #14326
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Alright cool thanks for all the replies lol. I'll keep that in a note on my phone.
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So if I had a 20x9 rim, first off would it fit my truck perfectly fine without any rubs, and what size tire would I get that would fit it fine and still look good? I'm not putting offroad tires on it btw. But maybe something that would be roughly 30" tall maybe? Just trying to think of what I could do when I eventually get new tires and rims.
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So if I had a 20x9 rim, first off would it fit my truck perfectly fine without any rubs, and what size tire would I get that would fit it fine and still look good? I'm not putting offroad tires on it btw. But maybe something that would be roughly 30" tall maybe? Just trying to think of what I could do when I eventually get new tires and rims.
You should be able to fit 20's without issue. I personally think cooper Zeons are a sick tire for a street type truck wanting a low pro tire wanting a little extra beef
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Those are a great looking tire
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Those are a great looking tire
Definitely, whenever I do street truck I'll probably run those
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