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      03-08-2012, 07:09 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by tscdennab View Post
I have some rubbing at more than 70% turning angle because I have a BMW Power Kit radiator plastic backing plate plate that is protruding out from the fender well a bit, but I will re-install the plate on the inside of the fender well and there will be no rubbing. Aside from this, there is no rubbing whatsoever.

However, I used 245 to offset the 285 in the rear somewhat. There is no need to go with 245 in front if you don't track the car or if you use 255/265 tires in the rear. 235 is an "easier" alternative. But I do think that 245 helps handling in hard driving if you are into this kind of thing.
okay. im stuck with runflats so my options are limited. thats why I asked cause its either 225 or 240 or 245. i just think the 225's will ook too small on the wheel.
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