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I will have to check on the pressure, but the tires are new and look the same.Btw those Goodyear AT2A’s are good tires but notorious for being egg shaped, and are probably atleast 10 years old. What air pressures are you running? And are all matching wear within 5%?
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Hello guys. I am in a bind and am asking for help. I just bought a 1986 M925 that came with 2-piece rims, 2 with 10 - 3/4" studs and 6 with 10 - 5/8" studs (2 spares), and 14.00-20 tires. So I purchased 8 - 16.00R20 Goodyear AT3 tires to change out, only to discover that the beadlocks are too wide. So I did some research and read that the B3040 beadlock is for that tire, so I bought for all the wheels. However when I installed one into one of the 16.00's the wheel would not bolt up. It is just to wide. I measured the width between the flanges of both type of rims and got 10", but the 16.00 tire with the B3040 beadlock mounted measures 11"! There is no way that beadlock with compress as it is steel with rubber edges. I think my wheels are too narrow for those tires. Is there any 2-piece rims that are 11" between the flanges? I would like to find the cheapest solution. Either change wheels or get a beadlock that is 6-1/2" wide. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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