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Finally purchased some Velgen VF5 rims in
22x10.5 ET32 Front
22x10.5 ET35 Rear

The recommended tire size is a 305/35/22 but can I go with a 315/35/22? Or even a staggered setup, 305 in front and 315 in the rear?

I’m lowered on Mopar springs.
 

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If you are running staggered, be sure the front and rear are the same diameter/circumference/height otherwise you might grenade your transfer case
 

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If you are running staggered, be sure the front and rear are the same diameter/circumference/height otherwise you might grenade your transfer case
Yeah, I read that. Thanks. Probably won’t do a staggered setup, more complicated. Does anyone have this setup with 315 tires? I can also go with 315/30 less chance of rubbing if 315/35 is a problem?
 

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Yeah, I read that. Thanks. Probably won’t do a staggered setup, more complicated. Does anyone have this setup with 315 tires? I can also go with 315/30 less chance of rubbing if 315/35 is a problem?
275/40/22 Front, 315/35/22 Rear works. Less than a 1% increase from stock height. Lots of people have that setup.

315/30/22 tires are not big enough. They literally can’t handle the weight of the vehicle.

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What about 305/35/22 in Front and 315/35/22 in the Rear. It’s about 1% difference in height. Would this combo work and be okay? I feel like 275 is kinda skinny for a 10.5 wheel.
 

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What about 305/35/22 in Front and 315/35/22 in the Rear. It’s about 1% difference in height. Would this combo work and be okay? I feel like 275 is kinda skinny for a 10.5 wheel.
All wheel drive system needs the front and rear diameters to be exactly the same. The 305 front and 315 rear set up will cause the AWD system will think your front tires are slipping and will cut the power.

Yes, 275 is too narrow for 10.5 wide rims.

305/35/22 all four will work.

285/40/22 Front, 325/35/22 Rear is also possible…

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325 isn’t too wide on a 10.5 wheel and will fit in the rear? If not i would do the 285 and 325 combo then.
 

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325 isn’t too wide on a 10.5 wheel and will fit in the rear? If not i would do the 285 and 325 combo then.
Just looked it up. 22x11 is the minimum recommended rim width for 325/35/22.

The 275/40 front 315/35 combo will 100% work with the rims you have.
 

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Actually can I just go with a 315/35/22 all around. Will i rub in front with a 315? I’m loweres on Mopar springs.
 
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