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Old 05-15-2016, 11:03 AM   #1
 
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Default Looking for a shop, tire shop.

Hoping to find a shop in the southwest suburbs that wouldn't mind squeezing a narrow Nitto 305/35/20 on to a 9.5" wheel. Two tires need to be removed and put on the Nittos. Install and balanced without damaging my wheels.

I know this isn't recommended but in actuality the Nitto measures more like a 295 which would be OK on my 9.5" wheel. This is only temporary till I get new wheels but I can't wait as 275 All Seasons just aren't going to work for 10 weeks.

Thanks for any help.
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