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This is a discussion on width of 26x9 / 26x11 or 27x9 / 27x11 tires on factory wheels? within the Wheels & Tires forums, part of the General Discussions category; 27x9 front & 27x11 rear ITP Mud Lite II's 61.5" wide front and back with stock wheels. Steve...

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    27x9 front & 27x11 rear ITP Mud Lite II's 61.5" wide front and back with stock wheels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scurvy View Post
    RCF, I too only had about 1/2 to spare in my toy hauler. Going from the 26" bighorn 2.0's to the 27" tusk terrabites did not change that at all. On the other hand the terrabites in 27" only came out to 26" on stock wheels.
    Is that 26” to the top when mounted on the Wolverine? Or is that just mounted on the wheel? I ask because my stock tires measure 3/4” less top to bottom than front to back due to weight on em.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RCF View Post
    Thanks everyone!
    Is that 26” to the top when mounted on the Wolverine? Or is that just mounted on the wheel? I ask because my stock tires measure 3/4” less top to bottom than front to back due to weight on em.
    Just mounted on the wheel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RCF View Post
    Would you mind measuring the width of the front and rear tires at the widest point please?

    My trailer is 5x9 and really would prefer not to go bigger as this one is a great size for using on my deer lease to move blinds, etc.

    Thanks!!!
    Rear is 59 3/8" and front is 57 1/2". I measured these by holding 2X4" studs up against the outsides of the tires, then measuring the distance between the pieces of wood, so I am sure they are very accurate. I had a terrible time getting mine on a 5' trailer even with the stock tires. If the back wasn't perfectly lined up, it was going to tear the tire all up. I advertised my 5' trailer on line, and had it sold within an hour, then ran out and got a 6'.

    One thing, I do wish I had gotten a 12' long trailer, vs 10', just to have extra room for stuff like camping gear, firewood, fuel cans, bicycles, etc.
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