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Old 02-25-2015, 04:51 PM
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Frank, you have probably been asked 100 times, so make this 101... I have a 2002 no lifted CC DS. I would like to put 2015-65-10 wheels on the rear and 205-50-10 on the front. Will this work for a CC DS? Also, with golf carts, is there any benifits to radial tires?

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The 205-50 10 tires wil not be a problem for the front, and depending upon you rear spring
Conditions the 205-65-10 will be OK with good springs.
There are not many tire manufactures making true steel belted radials in those size tires.
I do no care for nylon radials.
We have been sussessfull with the better brand tires, stay away from cheep tires.
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Thanks! Would I be better just putting the 205-50-10s on the rear as well? I am doing this for looks rather than getting the additional 1 or 2 mph.
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Agree 100% , that gives you the ability of properly rotating all tires when the need applies.
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How often in miles and what rotation pattern do you recommend? I have the 10" Loadstar tires. Thanks.


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Agree 100% , that gives you the ability of properly rotating all tires when the need applies.
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