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      04-09-2012, 03:46 AM   #1
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Help with front tires *pics inside*

Guys, please help me make a smart decision here. My knowledge of wheels and tires are limited

Current setup:

F 235/35 19 ET37
B 265/30 19 ET39

oem M-sport suspension (No drop)

I wanted to go with wider tires on my oem 313 wheels. So far I have a set of 275/30 on order for the back. The question is can i go up one size in the front to 245/35?

I'm using Toyo T1R tires, and i know the tire will physically fit on the rim, but will it rub once installed on the car?

I've seen posts saying that as long as you have a somewhat agressive offset it will not rub, can anyone please elaborate on this? I thought as long as you stay clear of the oilcooler fan and air duct as seen in the pictures it will be fine.
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Looks like you've got about 2cm to the plastic in front of the wheels, so I really doubt that the 245/35/19 would rub.
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The only concern with 245/35 on the ET37 is rubbing on the inside. I think you'll be fine though.
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The only concern with 245/35 on the ET37 is rubbing on the inside. I think you'll be fine though.
yeah, about that.. when you say inside - what exacly do you mean?
is it to keep distance between the shocks and inside edge of the tire/rim?
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