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Hi,

I know a few of you guys have put on Aftermarket Rims and Tires, and i would like to know what width your Pioneer is now, I'm most likely to put on:

Front Rims 14x6 2+4 Offset (SS108)
Rear Rims 14x8 5+3 Offset (SS108)

Front Tires 14 x 9R26 (Bighorn 2.0)
Rear Tires 14x 11R26 (Bighorn 2.0)

But i will need to transport it and don't want to get something that won't work in the future.

I found a secondhand trailer at 1680mm (66 inches), and the one that i really like is only 1600mm (63 inches)

So an accurate measurement will really help me:).

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Your going to be just shy of 65".

My 28x11" BH 2.0 and 5 +3 offset ss212 put the width of my pioneer right at 64 1/2". Give or take a little as that was just running a tape across them. So + or - 1/2"
 

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Your going to be just shy of 65".

My 28x11" BH 2.0 and 5 +3 offset ss212 put the width of my pioneer right at 64 1/2". Give or take a little as that was just running a tape across them. So + or - 1/2"
Thanks Moose,

i really appreciate the width size:)

It definitely rules out the 63 inch trailer, the wider trailer is in the same town as the dealer, so i'll go and check out the trailer to make sure it is defiantly more than 65"

A inch to spare is not much, but its a 1/3 of the price of a new one, and its ready to go.

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Thanks Moose,

i really appreciate the width size:)

It definitely rules out the 63 inch trailer, the wider trailer is in the same town as the dealer, so i'll go and check out the trailer to make sure it is defiantly more than 65"

A inch to spare is not much, but its a 1/3 of the price of a new one, and its ready to go.

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Glad to help.

Nice that the one you'll need and the dealer are in the same town, now just don't forget your tape!
 

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Im at 64 inches stock rims with 27x10,12 set of executioners.
chuck is that just for the 26x14 bh the load rating is low ? I havent looked into it but I thought they were allabout the same from 25"z28" give or take 100 lbs a tire?
 

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Im at 64 inches stock rims with 27x10,12 set of executioners.
chuck is that just for the 26x14 bh the load rating is low ? I havent looked into it but I thought they were allabout the same from 25"z28" give or take 100 lbs a tire?
Only the 28" are rated to 20psi, hence much higher load ratings. 27" and below have a 7psi max inflation pressure and lower resulting load rating.
 

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Only the 28" are rated to 20psi, hence much higher load ratings. 27" and below have a 7psi max inflation pressure and lower resulting load rating.
28 BH 2.0 are right under 1000lbs of load each @20lbs of pressure
 

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Thanks for the heads up Chuck,

I just looked at the specs,

The BH 2.0 26x9 Fronts are rated to 395lb at 7 Psi
The BH 2.0 26x11 Rears are rated to 395lb at 7 Psi

For at total of 1780lb

The machine is factory stock should be 633kg (1395lb)

It is close, but 385lb to spare to cover driver and passenger, tow ball weight and tray load


mmmmmm
 

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Max load on the stock tires is 661lbs
 

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Only the 28" are rated to 20psi, hence much higher load ratings. 27" and below have a 7psi max inflation pressure and lower resulting load rating.
Thats for the 14 inch rim cause my dad has the 25s on 12 on his br and his is 20 psi
 
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