tire sizes

Asked by Jan 21, 2017 at 01:48 AM about the 1995 Chevrolet S-10 2 Dr LS Extended Cab SB

Question type: Car Customization

I recently got a nice set of destination fire stone m/ts they are a 235/75r15  and I'm wanting to get them on the truck but I'm afraid of them not fitting due to rubbing dose any one know the cheapest way to run these with out buying a lift the truck is 2 wheel drive and I'm just curious if these tires are to big to run or not ??

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You'd have to treat fit them. The calcs say the 235's are going to be 1.2" wider and around 1" taller overall. The difference between the stock tires and the 235's are a plus 6.54% difference in Circumference. Recommend variable is plus or minus 3%. Your speedo will be off by around 4mph.

I was told to get stock s10 zr2 suspension and I'm not worried about anything being off because my dad said he already had a oversized tire on there to begin with which are still on the truck

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