Word of caution - fitment and mfg specs are two totally different things. Fit yes. If a tire fails and or breaks a bead, goes flat, shreds and tears up your car and the distributor/mfg finds out you fit a 265/30 on a wheel that exceeds their rim width range.....you're pretty much a$$'d out.
So have any of you mounted a 295/30/22 on the rear? Is it for sure, rolling the fenders? I don't mind rolling the fenders, but want to get it done before mounted the 30 series tire.
I seriously doubt if anyone here has a 295/30 in the back. The recommended stagger fit that most of us have run including me is a 265/30 in front on a 10" wide rim and 295/25 in the back on an 11" wide rim.:thumbup:
Yep, I had 295/25 then 295/30 tires on a 11 inch rim... and I cut my fenders, rolling wasn't enough.He would have to have his fender rolled a bit to get that size to fit in the rear.
First you have to cut the lip on the metal fender itself. The front fenders have the lip already rolled back nicely but at the rear they leave about 3/4 of an inch of a lip sticking right into the wheel well. This metal strip is what rubs the tire and slices up the side wall. Flat rubbing in general isn't so bad, its the cuts that you get from this that will eat your tires up.Are you saying you cut the inside black plastic fender area? How much did you cut back?