I'm with you all the way. I have 35's on cut fenders and 4.5" they rub a lot. I'm anxious to see what you find in 15x10.5 mine are 12.50's a little too wide for my taste.
How's it hold up and does it stain with from dirt? I've seen it but never had the nerve to try. I just shot the wheels with some leftover crap in the garage for now, they're getting done a bit better when the weather warms up and isn't forecasting rain.I am currently using a paint called "chalk Board" for that. Slightly grey, but still black and very durable
I'll have to give it a try! Easy touch up for spray paints is a huge plus.I have run the chalk board paint for about ten years on the spokes of my aluminum wheels. Holds up well, little fading and tough enough for chalk. My long arms are a hybrid of Johny joints style, only larger and bushings that have some small amount of give to absorb vibrations