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    Fit Stock Rims?

    2019 X2. Thinking about GBC Dirt Commanders. I would like to avoid the expense of replacing stock rims, that I already paid for. Any problem putting these on stock rims:

    27X9-12 Front

    27X11-12 Rear

    Thanks

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    Nope. You shouldn't have any problems. I run 28x 10 on my stock 12" rims with no issues at all.
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    What I am concerned about is at what point is the tire to wide for the rim. Stock tire widths are 8" front/10" rear, so I am guessing that just another inch (9" front/11" rear), isn't going to be a big deal.

    While I would like some extra ground clearance, I think I will go with 27's and not get to crazy. I have experienced power loss from huge tires before, so I learned that lesson already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by off road View Post
    What I am concerned about is at what point is the tire to wide for the rim. Stock tire widths are 8" front/10" rear, so I am guessing that just another inch (9" front/11" rear), isn't going to be a big deal.

    While I would like some extra ground clearance, I think I will go with 27's and not get to crazy. I have experienced power loss from huge tires before, so I learned that lesson already.
    You'll be good with +1" 27's, that has been the most common upsize on stock wheels around here over the years.
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