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      06-09-2014, 03:45 PM   #1
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10mm spacers on 189's and rear 225/40-18's

Hi all
I finally moved from the OEM 16" to the staggered 189's. I have the PS2 ZP's.
My question is will my back tires rub if I have passengers in the back seat with those tires and the 10 mm spacer? I'm feeling a little paranoid with this setup. I'm not lowered by the way.
Thanks in advance!

Note: should have posted 255/35ZR18 on the title

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      06-09-2014, 03:57 PM   #2
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Not on stock suspension. There are people with 265/35 rears lowered that don't rub. May I ask why you're going with that size tire in the rear? Seems kinda thin
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Oops! My bad. Should have posted 255/35ZR18 for the rears.
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E90? You should be fine either way. I'm running 265/35 on stock 8.5" with a 10 spacer and I'm almost all the way down on ST coilovers with no issues
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Thanks mbanks21! I'll leave it as is.
After driving around on the weekend I had gotten the impression that the tires were showing rubbing signs.
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