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I want outlaw tires for my 2013 outlander. Can I run the 27x12x12 outlaws front and rear or should I do the 27x9.5x12 all around. I want to keep my stock wheels and no lift of any type.
 

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I don't think you'll be able to run that wide of a tire front or rear with stock wheels
 

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Why dont you go 12 back 9.5 front?


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I don't think he can run a 12 on the back either. It'll rub the shocks and or gas tank
 

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On stock wheels more than likely yes
 

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I know that. The stock wheel offset isn't enough to push a 12" wide tire away from the suspension and other parts on the front or rear.
 

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You're also running mudlites which don't have the lugs of an outlaw
 

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I couldn't imaging running a 12" wide front. It'd be ridiculous. But a 12" on the rear on stock wheels will require at least a 1" spacer. I did 1.5" front and rear.


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This is what a 28"x12"x12" on a stock beadlock with 1.5" spacers looks like. You wouldn't want to run them on the front. They would pull like crazy even with power steering.




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Okay ya I wouldn't want 12's at all. I didn't realize they were that wide. I would just run 9.5 all around. Thanks all.
 

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I know that. The stock wheel offset isn't enough to push a 12" wide tire away from the suspension and other parts on the front or rear.
Ahh... I thought you were suggesting 9.5" front and rear. ;-)
 

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Lol nobody listens the first time
 
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