Addicted to Junk
85 Bronco, 309ci I6 w/4bbl, np435, 4" lift, 37" Irok NDs, 4.56 w/ Detroit Locker and tru trac
These are "polished" just not shiney because they have been sitting outside for 6 years. The PO put em on around 2003. They also list a max psi of 60, higher than any 15" tire ive seen.Thanks, I'll give that some thought. I know Eagle does make a 8-hole bullet hole style wheel, but I thought the holes are bigger like Pro Comp and M/T. I prefer the non-polished look of those unknown wheels, but I like the bigger holes on the polished ones. Six of one, half dozen of the other...
My main reason for looking to switch to 15x10, as long as I'm considering different wheels, is it's a better width for my tires. I bought my General Grabber AT2's at Discount Tire, and they list the rim width range as 7.5" to 11", so my 15x8's just squeak by. However, I noticed recently when looking something up that General lists it as 8.5" to 11":
Either Discount Tire had it wrong (I've seen lots of tire weight discrepancies), or General updated the specs. Either way, 10" would obviously be better, being in the middle of the range. (Oddly, that chart also shows 33x12.5's as the only 15" tire with a 35 psi max. I've always thought it to be a crazy low max, but now I'm wondering if it's a typo on their part that has trickled down to all the distributors. All the other 15's are a more sensible 44-50 psi. Even the DT tech when I had a screw hole plugged was surprised that he had overinflated at 45 psi.)
I run the 10plys on my 08 f350 at 52 psi. The 10 plys (reason I went to 16s) on my bronco are at 45 psi I believe.