Aftermarket tires for Aftermarket wheels?

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So I bought some 19x10s and 19x11s a while ago and have been searching for a place to buy tires for them. I try places like Discount Tire but of course it says it won't fit my vehicle due to the big difference in size. I've tried multiple sites and to no luck of what I'm looking for. Does anyone recommend or know a website or business I can either special order them or get them delivered?

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Hey,

So I bought some 19x10s and 19x11s a while ago and have been searching for a place to buy tires for them. I try places like Discount Tire but of course it says it won't fit my vehicle due to the big difference in size. I've tried multiple sites and to no luck of what I'm looking for. Does anyone recommend or know a website or business I can either special order them or get them delivered?

Thanks

You can still use Discount Tire, you just need to know what size tires will fit your wheels. Use a tire size calculator site to get some ideas of specs.
https://www.1010tires.com/Tools/Tire-Size-Calculator

You might also call a tire shop and ask what sizes they recommend but I'm betting some members of the forum can give sizes they've used as well. Are you going to mount them yourself or have a shop do it?
 

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generally 275-285 front but can go up to 295. 285-305 and up to 315 rear.
Have you looked at the bazillion threads in the wheels and tires board?
 
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generally 275-285 front but can go up to 295. 285-305 and up to 315 rear.
Have you looked at the bazillion threads in the wheels and tires board?

Yeah, I'm going for 275 front and 305 rear. I just run into the problem with the vehicle fit that Discount Tire does and i can't buy them due to my stock wheels only fitting 255. I've looked a little through the forms but just couldn't find anyone saying where they got them from or whom they'd recommend.
 

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Yeah, I'm going for 275 front and 305 rear. I just run into the problem with the vehicle fit that Discount Tire does and i can't buy them due to my stock wheels only fitting 255. I've looked a little through the forms but just couldn't find anyone saying where they got them from or whom they'd recommend.
Did you try to remove your saved car on the site and shop based on tire size?
 
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Did you try to remove your saved car on the site and shop based on tire size?
Unfortunately for some reason (at least purchasing online) it makes you enter a valid vehicle make, model, and year. I've tried even making it a 350 due to the 350 having bigger stock wheels but the fronts are too big (295). I might call them and see if a special order is a thing or not, but im not sure if they would be able to help with that.
 

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Unfortunately for some reason (at least purchasing online) it makes you enter a valid vehicle make, model, and year. I've tried even making it a 350 due to the 350 having bigger stock wheels but the fronts are too big (295). I might call them and see if a special order is a thing or not, but im not sure if they would be able to help with that.
Here you go. You can mix tire sizes on Tire Rack.

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Unfortunately for some reason (at least purchasing online) it makes you enter a valid vehicle make, model, and year. I've tried even making it a 350 due to the 350 having bigger stock wheels but the fronts are too big (295). I might call them and see if a special order is a thing or not, but im not sure if they would be able to help with that.
I've purchased multiple sets of tires from Discount Tire and they likely will have what you need or can get it. It wouldn't really be a "special order", it's what they do.
 

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generally 275-285 front but can go up to 295. 285-305 and up to 315 rear.
Have you looked at the bazillion threads in the wheels and tires board?
for 295 in front he will need spacers if the wheels are ET40 or ET35.
 

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Unfortunately for some reason (at least purchasing online) it makes you enter a valid vehicle make, model, and year. I've tried even making it a 350 due to the 350 having bigger stock wheels but the fronts are too big (295). I might call them and see if a special order is a thing or not, but im not sure if they would be able to help with that.
They tend to be a bit anal about it. But tell them you aren't running the stock wheel. Worst case they won't guarantee the fit.

I can't think of anywhere else anyone has questioned the tires I ordered from them.
 

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Hey,

So I bought some 19x10s and 19x11s a while ago and have been searching for a place to buy tires for them. I try places like Discount Tire but of course it says it won't fit my vehicle due to the big difference in size. I've tried multiple sites and to no luck of what I'm looking for. Does anyone recommend or know a website or business I can either special order them or get them delivered?

Thanks
We apologize for the experience you had with our site. We would love to earn your business. Although the 19x10 and 19x11 is an aggressive fitment with the right offset it will work. PM on the way
 

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