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      04-22-2009, 04:11 PM   #1
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225 front and 265 back

Do you see any possible issues in running 225 front and 265 back on 19? I just would like some more traction back but keep OEM front. Please advise.
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You would create more understeer with this set up but if that isn't an issue for you then go for it..
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thanks that would be basically as running 235 / 275 right?
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thanks that would be basically as running 235 / 275 right?
235/275's a good combo for a sedan. Which widths and offsets are you currently running?

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shouldnt be too bad, why not go 235 though? why go narrower then stock
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My coupe OEM wheels are 225/30/19 and 255/35/19 one the 5 star spoke oem wheels (197 i think) . was supposed to get 235 front but i had to wait too long since they were not in stock so i got 225 front and 265 back. the 265 look pretty squared now mounted.
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any more comments on this setup ? I am really starting to regret my impatience, car runs great though.
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any more comments on this setup ? I am really starting to regret my impatience, car runs great though.
If the car runs great, you should keep it! Once they wear out, throw some 235 fronts on there and it should give you some additional grip and beefier look.

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if you're on stock rims, i think a 265 is out of spec, the stock rim is too narrow.

what kinda tires did you put on the rear?
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hi guys,

am having a simler question and i need help...

am running on style 188 , and am thinking of a upgrade to style 230. the problem is am not able to find the correct size of tires which is

front 225/35 19
rear 255/30 19

i got a good deal on used style 230 and i dont want to miss it



can some boddy suggest what other size of tires can fit these rims??
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if you're on stock rims, i think a 265 is out of spec, the stock rim is too narrow.

what kinda tires did you put on the rear?
265/30/19 Goodyear F1 Aysmmetric. they fit without issues.
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hi guys,

am having a simler question and i need help...

am running on style 188 , and am thinking of a upgrade to style 230. the problem is am not able to find the correct size of tires which is

front 225/35 19
rear 255/30 19

i got a good deal on used style 230 and i dont want to miss it



can some boddy suggest what other size of tires can fit these rims??
235/35 and 265/30 will fit on the style 230, no problem.
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235/35 and 265/30 will fit on the style 230, no problem.
thaaaaanx a milion man , i was just about to ask the same qustion today, coz whats available in the market is

YOKOHAMA 235/35 and 265/30

so i think am gona get them
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