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Old 06-21-2018, 01:05 PM   #3811
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10.5 +15 with continental EXTREMECONTACT SPORT285/30R18




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anyone with pics of a 275/35/18 on a 10.5 rim
need to get the front rim and tire combo which is 245/35/18 on a 9.5 to match and look almost identical with the rear rims and tires ,anything bigger in the front would rub and this tire size looks bess just need help with the back now ,contemplating either 285/30/18 vs 275/35/18 ,whats your input guys
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Old 07-27-2018, 11:40 AM   #3813
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anyone with pics of a 275/35/18 on a 10.5 rim
need to get the front rim and tire combo which is 245/35/18 on a 9.5 to match and look almost identical with the rear rims and tires ,anything bigger in the front would rub and this tire size looks bess just need help with the back now ,contemplating either 285/30/18 vs 275/35/18 ,whats your input guys
Just going off the numbers, a 285/30r18 is almost exactly the same diameter as a 245/35r18
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My setup, nothing crazy

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So much want. How much did you roll inner fenders? Cause thay looked untouched. Beautiful setup sir!!!
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Old 09-13-2018, 09:11 PM   #3815
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hey that's my old car ! sure would love to know what ever happened to it after i sold it . I'm building its second version now years later really miss it .






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That sounds like a really cool build; I'd love to do something similar if I were to start again.

You are right, rolling the lip does compromise arch liner mounting points. I removed mine quite a while ago, so that didn't even really occur to me.

Despite this, I ran fairly wide wheels without any archwork for quite a while. I'd go ahead with your 245s, and then trial and error the fit from there. Have a few 3mm spacers on hand! There's even variation from car to car, so you can never 100% predict what will arise in each case.

Why not test fit the wheels without tyres to gauge how much internal/external clearance you have to play with?

For reference, in my signature I'm running 18x9 +16 225/40 on the front with only a lip roll. Also, I've just noticed you're looking at 40 profile rather than 45 profile. I'd propose going with the slightly meatier tyre; it'll look much more factory.

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This car is running [F] 17x8 +30 235/45, [R] 17x8 +30 245/40, and seems to have loads of arch clearance all round. Remember, the lower you go, the more horizontal fender clearance you'll have, as the wheels will naturally camber in.





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Old 10-10-2018, 08:09 AM   #3816
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Front 17x9-4 Volk GT-V
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-6 Camber (I think) & +1" flca.

Rear 18x10+2 Volk GT-V
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What tires can I fit on the front (9" wide) without stretching? I purchased this vehicle with the following setup:

CHASSIS: s13
WHEELS: XXR 17x9 +35 offset
FRONT TIRES: 205/50R17 w/ 1" spacers
REAR TIRES: 245/45R17
DETAILS: ISR Pro coilovers

The previous owner used this car for autocross, I would like to make it more daily driveable by adjusting the coilovers to raise the ride height a bit, and putting some all-season tires on. The front tires are stretched and the previous owner told me this was necessary to prevent rubbing with the current setup. If I raise the ride height what size tire would fit a 9" wheel on the front without rubbing?










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Old 05-27-2019, 04:53 PM   #3819
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What tires can I fit on the front (9" wide) without stretching? I purchased this vehicle with the following setup:

CHASSIS: s13
WHEELS: XXR 17x9 (offset unknown)
FRONT TIRES: 205/50R17
REAR TIRES: 245/45R17
DETAILS: ISR Pro coilovers

The previous owner used this car for autocross, I would like to make it more daily driveable by adjusting the coilovers to raise the ride height a bit, and putting some all-season tires on. The front tires are stretched and the previous owner told me this was necessary to prevent rubbing with the current setup. If I raise the ride height what size tire would fit a 9" wheel on the front without rubbing?

If I need to figure out the offset for this question to be answered let me know and I'll get to measuring.









245/40 fits about perfect on a 17x9 wheel. Could probably fit a little wider if wanted, but much better than some stance BS.
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17x9 I ran 255/45 on my S14 tho. Fronts were fine with a +25 offset.
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Wheel/Tire:
18x9.5 +1 w/ 265/35 Kumho SPT
18x12 -7 w/ 315/30 Toyo R888R

Alignment:

Front
Camber: -3
Caster: 7.5 degress
Toe: 1/16th

Rear
Camber -2.5
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RS05RR 18X9.5 +22 square.
RS-RR 275/35

Def gonna need wider front fenders, but hoping to avoid overs in the rear. I'm gonna try to pull to make it fit.
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Old 10-10-2019, 06:17 AM   #3823
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Why not get a higher offset in the rear? Depending on spring clearance you might be able to do +35ish
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Why not get a higher offset in the rear? Depending on spring clearance you might be able to do +35ish

I was running a 17x9 +35 before with a 255/40 square setup.
I got a killer price for these (about 50% of retail) and couldn't pass it up. It will also allow me to rotate wheels to keep the wear somewhat even.
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On an S13 will 235/40R17's rub on front frame/ wheel well or caster arms?

I just bought some 17x9 +15 and im trying to figure out what tire size to run up front.

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thinking of running 255/40/17 on 17x9.5 +15 off set square set up on s14. the fender is rolled, RUCA and Fortuneauto coils, It wont be slammed. do u guys think I should run smaller size up front? any issues I may come up on? thanks.
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On an S13 will 235/40R17's rub on front frame/ wheel well or caster arms?

I just bought some 17x9 +15 and im trying to figure out what tire size to run up front.

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Would like to know this as well. I’ll be running:
XXR 551's 17x8.25 +36
215/45-17 fronts
235/40-17 rears (245/40-17 if traction is an issue)

Wouldn’t mind knowing if I’d be able to put the 235’s up front.
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Hey Guys,

I’m waiting on coilovers otherwise I’d do the test fitting myself. Would I have an issue running square 265/35 on R34 GT-R wheels 18x9 +30 on my stock body S14? Alternatively, should I stick with 245 series tires? Not looking to stretch or pull the fenders (willing to roll). Tires currently mounted are 11 year old 245/40s.

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you will need spacers up front for sure and probably a skinnier tire, JMO
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10mm spacers and 255/35's should do it
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you will need spacers up front for sure and probably a skinnier tire, JMO
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10mm spacers and 255/35's should do it
Awesome, thank you both! I’ll look into 255/35 tires
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I was going to suggest the same as spooled, but maybe a 15mm spacer in the front depending on your coil overs. 255/35 all around will look nice though.
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Would like to know this as well. I’ll be running:
XXR 551's 17x8.25 +36
215/45-17 fronts
235/40-17 rears (245/40-17 if traction is an issue)

Wouldn’t mind knowing if I’d be able to put the 235’s up front.
I just put some hella cheap used 235/45s on, they fit flush and no rubbing whatsoever. After i burn through them will do 235/40s
Wheels are 17x9 +20
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can we have a 1 pic minimum of the view where we can see how much the wheel sticks out from the fender ?

we need the flush pic
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can we have a 1 pic minimum of the view where we can see how much the wheel sticks out from the fender ?

we need the flush pic
You asking for pics from me/ my post?
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in general for everyone so we can see how much the wheels poke out.
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Picked up a set of 18x9.5 +15 MB Battles. Shooting for maximum tires. I have 295/35 and 265/35 sitting in my shack at the moment. I do not believe I will be able to run these tires on this setup due to the low offset. What size is recommended?

Front fenders are rolled and rears are slightly pulled. I don't believe my car is that low..
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Picked up a set of 18x9.5 +15 MB Battles. Shooting for maximum tires. I have 295/35 and 265/35 sitting in my shack at the moment. I do not believe I will be able to run these tires on this setup due to the low offset. What size is recommended?

Front fenders are rolled and rears are slightly pulled. I don't believe my car is that low..

For a 9.5 with a 265/35 in the rear, a +30 and greater would fit without rubbing. Not gonna fit a 265 up front without wider fenders, but 9.5 +15 should clear coilovers with a 265
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For a 9.5 with a 265/35 in the rear, a +30 and greater would fit without rubbing. Not gonna fit a 265 up front without wider fenders, but 9.5 +15 should clear coilovers with a 265
I have a 255 on a 9.5 +7 and it's rubbing when I turn. Would a 245/35 on a 9.5 +15 fix this?
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I have a 255 on a 9.5 +7 and it's rubbing when I turn. Would a 245/35 on a 9.5 +15 fix this?
depends on where it's rubbing. rubbing the coil? it's not gonna fix it.
rubbing the edge of the fender? that'd fix (help) it.

that +15 is going to sit 8mm closer to the coil, and thus, 8mm more inboard from the edge of the fender. and the smaller tire size will obviously help.

Now, i can assume you are rubbing on both the fender edge and probably fender wells. I was running a 17x9 +35 (20mm spacer so +15 effective). with 3 degrees camber i was poking out quite a bit on the outside, but had ample room between the tire and coil. this was with a 255/40r17 tire.

that being said, 245/35 is not max tire on a 9.5 wheel.
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