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Theflyinglineman 11-05-2016 07:39 AM

Help don't want to miss
 
I have a stock cc 1995 will 12" rims fit. I am out of town and will be driving by someone who is selling 12" rims at a good price, so good I would buy them before I lifted my cart. Because after I do my lift I will be going with 14" rims but I don't want to buy if they will not fit

Thanks
Adam

Flatout71 11-05-2016 08:09 AM

Re: Help don't want to miss
 
Google would indicate that places sell combos that are 12 inches for non lift carts.

But you probably need to know the tires that are on the rims or that you would purchase as they vary a lot and would be the real determining factor with fit or no fit. Low enough profile tires would help your cause.

scottyb 11-05-2016 08:17 AM

Re: Help don't want to miss
 
I think there is a mis-print. All golf cart wheel are 4 on 4 bolt pattern. The only difference being Yamaha uses metric lug nuts but, lug chrome nuts are available for about $1.50 each

I'm amused that people persist in calling tire size by the rim size when really several different height tires will fit on 12s or 14s or 8s for that matter.
Example: My monster rock crawler cart is running 10s but they are 25" tall

meimk 11-05-2016 09:20 AM

Re: Help don't want to miss
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by scottyb (Post 1329767)
I'm amused that people persist in calling tire size by the rim size when really several different height tires will fit on 12s or 14s or 8s for that matter.
Example: My monster rock crawler cart is running 10s but they are 25" tall

Yep. On a stock Club Car a tire to fit a 12" wheel would have to be REALLY low profile. 215/35-12 would be just about stock 18" tire height (17.9"). 215/40-12 would be just a little taller (18.8") but should still clear just fine. Anything taller than that might become an issue if the springs have sagged at all or with a load on.


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