295 tires on 10 inch rims

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    Anyone have 295 tires on 10 inch rims. Any tramlining issues?
     
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    I saw your comment on the other thread but figured I’d post the reply in here. Unfortunately, tranlining is just part of the game when you start going wider up front. The only way to really help with tramlining is to run a less aggressive and/or narrower tire. An alignment will do nothing for you in the way of tramlining. Wider tires and aggressive tires follow the imperfections in the road more than narrower, less aggressive tire will. I have no tramlinig issues with my 265/35/20’s, but with the gt350 wheels/tires I had on, you couldn’t take your hands off the wheel for a second unless the road was perfect
     
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    Thanks. Pretty much my conclusion. The price of an aggressive stance.
     
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    285 is the max for then.
    295 should be 10.5
    All In theory... Screenshot_2019-03-28-11-54-25-1.png
     
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    #6 CEHollier, Feb 9, 2020
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    Michelin lists 10 inch rims as a recommended rim width for MPSS 295 tires. I read the MPSS are thinner tires for their listed sizes. No where as ridiculous as your examples.
     
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    I was jk
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    I lkve that pic lol
    Mpss are not tires you wamt anyway.
    4s are a better technology and even more the new goodyear f1 3 racecar even better!
     
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    I have 305s in the back. It's fun to have that size of rubber. It really hooks well. Tires will be expensive compared to stock rims.
     
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    They make the world go round, right? Looks awesome dude
     
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    I had 315's on 10 inch rims and they were fine, 295's are perfect for 10 inch. I currently have 295 35 20s on my 20x10's just because I got them for hella cheap, used.

    315 35 20's on 20x10's :

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    325 45 17's on 17x10's :

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    While 10.5, or 11 would be better, the typical manufacturer recommendation for a 295/30R19 or 295/35R19 tires includes a 10" wheel. Typically 10 - 11.5". As do the 295/25R20 & 295/30R20 sizes.
     
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    Super pinched!
     
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    I think the definition of "it's fine" should be more than "the guy at the tire shop was able to get them to hold air". 295s are too big for a 10 inch wheel. And yes, they will tramline.
     
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