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Planning on grabbing a set of 20 x 9.5 with 38mm offset, and I'm stuck on what size tire to grab. The two I'm debating between are:
275/45/20 OR 265/50/20

I'm wondering if I should get the 275/45 since it's a slightly wider tire which I would need for a 9.5" rim, or if it's better to get the 265/50 for the higher profile and larger sidewall, but may have a slight stretch.

Any thoughts/feedback would be great.

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Planning on grabbing a set of 20 x 9.5 with 38mm offset, and I'm stuck on what size tire to grab. The two I'm debating between are:

275/45/20 OR 265/50/20



I'm wondering if I should get the 275/45 since it's a slightly wider tire which I would need for a 9.5" rim, or if it's better to get the 265/50 for the higher profile and larger sidewall, but may have a slight stretch.



Any thoughts/feedback would be great.



Thanks!


If there's no rubbing issues my choice would be the 275 tire, plus you'll have some protection added to the wheel.



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I had a set of Scorpion Zeros available for $300 so I grabbed them. They are 255/50/20s with only 1k on the tires so they are basically new. All of the wheels I was looking at were 9s......which would have fit great....the wheel I ended up choosing is a 9.5. Every tire is different in terms of actual coverage. Another brand with the exact same size might fit different. We will see how it goes. If the fit isnt right I will switch to a 265 down the road. I believe they might rub based on the lowering.
 
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