Originally Posted by Ittibittirainbow
So it is possible thanks but Did you figure that out on your own or did you have a resource?...online, local mechanic, tire sales place..? I really am "that" person with no clue what so ever.
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I had found by looking at tires that 11R22.5 tires were the defacto standard for truck tires on 22.5" rims.. so I went to a reputable LOCAL commercial tire shop with 6 terrible-tires... the guy there showed where they had the old size and the new size.. and did some measurements and took some numbers off of the rims and said "lets give it a shot".. so they mounted up a couple.. and it worked so we did all 6..
I say local shop as opposed ot a big chain.. make sure they are a commercial truck tire shop.. the local guys were super nice and didnt treat me like an imbecile because im just a guy with a bus.. in fact they love the bus and have me high 5's over it.. and the tire salesguy gave me some discounts on the tires too over sticker.. (in the commercial world you'll find that prices are negotiable on a lot of things)...
then I got the info on tire height etc and re-set the dip switches on my dash panel as the new tires threw the speedometer off a bit.