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Old 11-08-2006, 04:50 PM   #1
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My old Itasca needs new rubber, the current size is 8.00x16.5. Can't seem to find this size and wonder if anyone knows if a 8.75x16.5 will fit these rims. This size can be found almost anywhere, but I want to be sure they will fit properly. Thanks!
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My old Itasca needs new rubber, the current size is 8.00x16.5. Can't seem to find this size and wonder if anyone knows if a 8.75x16.5 will fit these rims. This size can be found almost anywhere, but I want to be sure they will fit properly. Thanks!
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I believe that question would be answered by a good tire dealer. They should have charts that show the tire width rim recommendations and what the spacing should be between the duals so they will not rub.

Also the should be able to compare the overall diameter with your present tire.

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Thanks Ron, I went to the local dealer and got a great lesson from a very knowledgable tech.When a guy with that much experience tells you what HE would do, you take it to heart. I got all the answers I needed, now it is time to go shopping! Dan
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