You have to excuse me on being king of puzzled, I'm familiar with American Muscle iron mainly and for instance on my 96 Impala SS I run 275/40-17" on 9.5 inch wheels because that is the correct wheel size for the tire to give the best traction and longest life.TartanJack said:The widest TIRE is 235. Now . . .
Get a wheel that fits on that size tire.
For wider than 8", you'll need lower than the factory 40 or 45 offsets. People have put on 10" wide rims.
(As I am more interested in smaller rims w/ wide tires, others on here will better in the info you need for wide and the proper offsets for the wider width. I'm running 225/50/16s on 16x7 rims w/ 45 offsets. There aren't any rubbing issues
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How do you want the rim/rubber connection to look? That will also affect how you want the rubber/rim width to balance.