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Old 08-13-2015, 07:48 PM   #1
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Change Tire Size

I have an '03 endeavor. Has anyone changed there tires from the 275-70r22.5 to 235-80r22.5? And used the same rims? Issues? I know the 235 are an inch narrower. Thx
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Well, the tire shops here won't even sell you the tires if they aren't the same or larger than what the vehicle came with due to liability concerns. The only one that can legally change the label is the vehicle manufacturer.
Also, the rig is rated by the manufacturer for the OEM size and weight rating. Going to a smaller tire may put you overweight on the tire.
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