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What is the narrowest 35" tire?

I care not for wide tires, I'd really love a 295 75 17 if I could find one. Which 35 is the most narrow? Preferably All Terrain.
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Interco has a 10" I think

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Sorry, I should have mentioned it have severe hate for interco except for atv tires.
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Simex has some pizza-cutter 35's, but good luck getting them here in the United States. The narrowest easily-available 35" light truck tire is the "Special Service" Super Swamper 34x9x16. It's listed as a 34" tire but it's taller than most 35's. It's a terrific off-road tire, but you won't love it on the street. There is also the Super Swamper Radial SSR that's available as a 35x10.5, but it doesn't sound like you're interested in Interco's tires.

There are some other radial options out there for narrower-than-usual tires, but they're closer to the 33-34" range, not 35's. Look for a 285/75R17 or a 255/80R17 from a handful of brands.


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