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Black wheels and semi agressive tires

Tryin to figure out what I wanna get for the '90. Bone stock and have no intention of changing that. I think I have 32s on her right now and rather like that look (whatever is "one size up" from stock) so thats the size I'm going for, I'm thinking something along the lines of a BFG All Terrain. Shes gonna be yanking a 18" fiberglass boat out of the launch alot for the rest of her life so if theres a tire that does exceptionally well with water please let me know. As for wheels I like the black american racing wheels but theres a few types so I'd love if someone could post up some examples. Also can I cram 12.5 wides under there with some offset adjustment or no? I can do with a minor rubbing but nothing crazy

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Bfg AT is a great tire. Also I'd stick with 31x10.50 if you dont plan on regearing it. I pull my 18.5ft triumph 191FS with 31x10.50 and wouldnt wanna go any bigger on the stock 3.55ls on my '90

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As you may know dont use OD towing

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But yes 12.50 will work with minor radius arm rubbing as I'm sure your 32s do now. And may need to trim front fender

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Fenders aren't trimmed so maybe they are 31s...I'll check in the AM

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You may not with 32 I've just read some people need to trim their fenders a bit on stock height with 33s

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