285/30's would be great, but how doable is that on a 8.5" wide rim with a +35 offset?I'm on 10" +45 wheels in the rear. 285/30/20's fit great with no rubbing with just me and/or a front passenger, and a little rubbing with 1 or 2 rear passengers. Zero rubbing on the fender, only some within the wheel well itself when hitting deep bumps etc. Hankook V12's are great tires for the price. I had them on my BMW for quite some time. Good luck!
285 wide tire on an 8.5 inch wide rim is ridiculous and is definitely outside the recommended guidelines for a tire fitment of that size.285/30's would be great, but how doable is that on a 8.5" wide rim with a +35 offset?
275/30 seems like my limit.