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Take the front disk setup and mastercylinder off that car.
Steel wheels are stamped size and date code, visible with no tire on the rim.
My 15x7 4.25 back space came off a 85 5th ave.
Check the lug nut king.
They sell lugs for vintage wheels.
Toyo ht are a nice tire, super quiet, don’t seem to wear much.I loved the Goodyear Duratracks I had on my Jeep, the tires stayed quiet even when...
Mine, I painted the spare body color, original plan was to paint all of them body color, but it was just too much orange.[ATTACH]
Dr. This is a pic of my Duster with 275's on the same dimension rim that you have.[ATTACH]
This is a pic of 33 10.50 15 on the same vehicle.
Way too wide.
I cannot remember right now the width of the 16" rims, but I do remember the 15"...
Sorry for the typo, but they are what is required for snow tires, tall and skinny.
Here is a pic, I did a typo on the tire size, they are actually 255/85/16[ATTACH]
Yes, I will take a picture after work with a tape measure.
Sitting next to my wife’s cj with 31 10.50’s they are noticeably taller.
BFG makes a LT255/65/16 which has 8” tread width and is 33” tall.
I have the mud terrian on my Willy’s.
If you want to error on the safe side, just go a size smaller, 255, they will fit with room to spare.
If my car was not at my buddies body shop I would gladly loan him a tire and wheel.
I found a pic of mine, mounted on the same size rims as yours, with 275-60-15.
Bolted to a 8.75 stock A body axle, but converted to big bolt...
I have the same size rear rim on the back of my duster, 8.75 rear, with 275/60/15 Bfg’s with no rubbing or fender massaging.
Stock A body...
Have studs added if allowed in your state.
Blizzak are great snow tires, super soft compound, need replaced every year, if you only run them in the winter.
Good Year Dura-Tracks expensive but they make my Wrangler, as the wife says "mountain goat".
Thanks for the tip, I bought a spare tire and wheel from them this week, it was really reasonable.
I forget how old I am.
AJ I have run 18.5 44" tires on 10" for years with no issues, beating a poor old ramcharger to death in the mud.
I have 275/60 on a 7" wheel.
It drives fine.
You need 60 series tires not 70.
275-60 will fit on that car with a stock 15 x 7 rim with 4.25" back space.
All cars are different.
Borrow a wheel that will bolt up, and break the tape measure out.
This is the only way you will know what fits your car.
Does the tires sit equally in the same spot on each side of the car?
Maybe the axle is shifted to one side or the other.
I am pretty sure my Ram 3500 the door sticker says 80 psi.
It did not take me long to lower the pressure down, it was UN-bearable to ride in empty.
The axles are claimed to be stronger, I have had good luck with them.
Also he has different set up so I was able to use big bolt pattern 7.25...
Contact Dr. Diff his conversion axles work fine.
Jack stands are best, but an old tire guy told me to have the tires sitting on wood, it slows the degradation of tires vs concrete.
NAPA still sells them. Just bought a set a month or so ago.