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Old 08-04-2009, 09:25 AM
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295/70/17

i have 295/70/17 on my truck. i was wondering what these were equivilent to? like are they 33/12.5? or what? sorry im new to tires. thanks for the help. greaty appreciated
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They are basically a 34x12.00-17 tire.
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i have 295/70/17 on my truck. i was wondering what these were equivilent to? like are they 33/12.5? or what? sorry im new to tires. thanks for the help. greaty appreciated
For future reference this may help out....
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i have 295/70/17 on my truck. i was wondering what these were equivilent to? like are they 33/12.5? or what? sorry im new to tires. thanks for the help. greaty appreciated
Pics please, I'd like to see. Off the top of my head, it's equivilent to 33.5" by 11.8" wide, 295 is 5mm shy of 300mm which is 12" so it's that close.
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Old 08-05-2009, 06:15 PM
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just put a couple pics of my truck on here
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LT295/70R17 128P E/10 (33X11.50R17) are the specs for Toyo Open Country MTs. Therefore it really depends on the brand and type of tire in order to find it's equivalent size...
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well i kinda wanted to get bfg mud terrains. so what would it be equivalent to in that tire? if you know. or cooper discover?
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BFGoodrich Mud Terrain KM2s, LT285/70R17/D, are 11.5" wide on 8.5" wheels and are 33" tall. They do not make LT295/70R17s. At least they do not list them...
Cooper Discoverer ATR LT285/75R16 are 11.47"s wide and 32.6"s tall. They do not make LT295/70 R17s either and they are not an MT tire...
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Old 08-09-2009, 05:47 PM
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ok. well after i get a 3 inch body lift i wanted to get 35/12.50/17. thats the biggest i could go on my truck with the 3 inch lift with minimal trimming. what would 35/12.50/17 be eqivalent to in a cooper discover stt? or a mickey thompson radial claw? or bfg at and mud terrain?
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Mickey Thompson Baja Claw Radial, 35X12.50R17LT, are 12.7"s wide and 34.9"s tall.
Cooper Discoverer ATR, LT315/70R17, are 12.65"s wide and 34.35"s tall.

For BFG tires go to their web site...
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