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Old 05-02-2004, 05:43 PM   #1
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Hi,

Father owns a 4x4 store and we were at a Jobber show at the MT booth and I went away and he bought me a set of the new DRs as a suprise. Well they don't really make it in the right size yet so I was like Et Streets would be cool (Just bought some Nittos for the street anyways).

So anyway I was really going to get the 10.5's and it recommended a 8 inch rim, I was thinking thats pretty small I have a 11 inch rim now with 315's so I thought well maybe I should just but a 10 inch instead of 8 inch rim and go with the 11.5's make sense

Anyway it was a spur of the moment thing and it was a special 20% off Jobber so I had to decide quick without my usual questions to the experts here on the forum

So is that a good size or should I have went with the 10.5 on a smaller rim??? If so I guess I can sell these and buy some new ones....

Thanks!! Mods are in the sig!

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I have the ET Streets 26/11.5/15 on Centerline Convo Pro's that are 7.5 inches wide and have no problems at all.
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Cool I was thinking of going with those rims maybe a little wider like 8's or 10's if they have them???? Did you have to grind the caliper or use spacers or anything???
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The only thing that I did was bolt them on.
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