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Pictures of 90’s with 265/75/16 mud terrains

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It is a standard factory tyre size so the answer to your question is yes.

You'll need to adjust the steering stops to prevent the tyres rubbing on the radius arms though.

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18 minutes ago, Retroanaconda said:

It is a standard factory tyre size so the answer to your question is yes.

You'll need to adjust the steering stops to prevent the tyres rubbing on the radius arms though.

Ok cheers for the reply, are 7j rims the best size for a 265 wide bfg mud terrain? Dont know a huge amount about rim width, offset and all that

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Sorry not a 90 but 265/75R16 BFG KM2s as you wanted, on Zus on a 110.

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And testing the mud terrains... 

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My old 90 on BFG MT 265/75R16

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Same vehicle on 265/75R16 Insa Turbos. Bloody awful things on the road!

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OK not mud terrain, 265/75 Cooper ST-Maxx on 7" rims with zero offset, std suspension.

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Boosts with 265/75 and 2" lift.

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Standard height 265/75 on the td5

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265/75 next to a 205r16 lol

 

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Are Insa Turbos a directional tyre?

What do people do about rotating the tyres front to back and side to side etc to even the wear?

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Directional tyres have to come off the rims to rotate them properly, that’s why most don’t bother !

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