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      07-06-2012, 03:28 PM   #1
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225/35/19 Yokohama strives on 8.5" rim okay??

I got my new LC 818's today snd my car is currently at the shop getting rims switched over and it dawned on my my front rims are now 8.5" instead of 8"....will a 225/30/19 Yokohama S-drive fit on a 8.5" rim?? I am getting 235/35/19 PSS. In about 3 weeks...but in he meantime I do not want to screw up these rims! I am sure a little stretch is okay but how bad will this be???

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If you meant 225/35/19 you'll be good 225/30 has a slightly smaller sidewall. Post pics
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If you meant 225/35/19 you'll be good 225/30 has a slightly smaller sidewall. Post pics
Will do, it is a 225/35/19....my car has been there since 7:00 A.M....this is taking tom long...guess that got busy!!!
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Will do, it is a 225/35/19....my car has been there since 7:00 A.M....this is taking tom long...guess that got busy!!!
Yes, the recommended rim width range for 225/35R19 is 7.5"-9"

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Yes, the recommended rim width range for 225/35R19 is 7.5"-9"

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Hey, I needed to talk to you, can you PM Me a priced for a set of PSS to 62236 area code?

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225/35/19 will fit perfectly fine on an 8.5. Not a big stretch at all.
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225/35/19 will fit perfectly fine on an 8.5. Not a big stretch at all.
Your are correct, fit great...but found out that Yokohama tires are not great for longevity......8,000 miles and bald lol!!
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Hey, I needed to talk to you, can you PM Me a priced for a set of PSS to 62236 area code?

Fronts: 235/35/19
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