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Tire size on 8.5 x 10 x 18

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What are you guys running for tires and sizes with these rims???

There's just not a lot of options for tire manufactures with the sizes...

So, I just ordered a set of S03's that are 235/40 and 285/30 and I'm starting to have second thoughts that maybe I should go with Yoko's that are 235/40 and 285/35...

I am worried that the set I ordered are going to be obviously different with the extra 1" diameter in the front versus the rears. I can always eat the shipping and order the cheaper Yoko's...

I have a tip, and it's a daily driver, so I am thinking going with a bigger tire on the back won't be an issue for me because performance is not #1. Comfort and noise are #1. Then wet traction, then tread life, and finally overall dry performance.

And 285/30's are about the same amount smaller than 285/35 are bigger than the original 265/35....

The extra side wall in the rear will also give added rim protection...

What's your advice?

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