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Who’s running 235/70R15’s? #749847
June 19th 2019 2:53 pm
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Just wondering if there’s any fitment/clearance issues with that size on the fronts?

Re: Who’s running 235/70R15’s? [Re: DaveyRiot] #749848
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I was running these on my 3rd gen chevy and 3rd gen Dodge when I first got them. Never any clearances, they are generally pretty standard van size tires.
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Re: Who’s running 235/70R15’s? [Re: DaveyRiot] #749853
June 19th 2019 4:33 pm
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I've had 235/70/15s for the past couple years and had no issues at all on my 82 Dodge B150. I recently switched to 215/65/15s in the front and prefer the look, handling, and its way easier to steer since I have no power steering. For more detail info I was running the 235/70/15s on a 15x7 wheel with -6mm offset on stock suspension for the B150 (3300lbs axle)

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Re: Who’s running 235/70R15’s? [Re: DaveyRiot] #749862
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Same as what's been on the front of my '73 Dodge for a few years and no problems. I do kind of wish I had went with a 60 series instead for a little lower stance.

Re: Who’s running 235/70R15’s? [Re: DaveyRiot] #749863
June 20th 2019 2:50 am
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I usually run 235/75/15. On my old 83 shorty van those tires would rub in the front on hard bumps, but thats was it. 15x7 rims, 4 inch backspacing.


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