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Old 08-13-2004, 10:22 AM
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Question Tallest street legal tire in OH?

How tall can a tire be here in the great state of Ohio?? Also, I know there is some kind of rule for this- how far from the ground can your bumper be?
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Check SEMA.org it may be listed there.
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It's on ohios BMV website. I was looking for "legal" exhaust mods, there aren't any. If you change the muffler to something other than stock you've violated an ohio law, how stupid... I'm moving back to indiana where you can run open headers as long as it's not 10pm.
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I don't think the issue is tire size as long as they are DOT approved......lift law is what you want to watch. I know some tall trucks in Ohio, but if your raising cane and the eye of the Police, your sure to get stopped.


5,000 lbs. or less GVWR 24" front 26" rear
5,001 lbs.-7,000 lbs. GVWR 27" front 29" rear
7,001 lbs.-9,000 lbs. GVWR 28" front 30" rear
9,001 lbs.-11,000 lbs. GVWR 30" front 30" rear
from frame or factory bumper
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So....30" from frame to ground my 3/4 ton? kinda breaking the law there for sure I think- My bumper is above my waist and I'm 6'2"
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