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      02-25-2016, 02:47 PM   #1
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255/40/17 Square Fitment on LCI?

Title says it all.

Last season summer tires were Bridgestone RE71R 245/40/17 square on Apex ARC-8 9 x 17 ET30. The car's mildly lowered on TCK suspension with -2.6 deg (fr) and -1.8 deg (rear) camber.

Will 255/40/17 fit without rubbing?

Much thanks.
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Title says it all.

Last season summer tires were Bridgestone RE71R 245/40/17 square on Apex ARC-8 9 x 17 ET30. The car's mildly lowered on TCK suspension with -2.6 deg (fr) and -1.8 deg (rear) camber.

Will 255/40/17 fit without rubbing?

Much thanks.
Bolt them up, see how much room you have?
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Bolt them up, see how much room you have?
Thanks for the constructive feedback
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Last season summer tires were Bridgestone RE71R 245/40/17 square on Apex ARC-8 9 x 17 ET30. The car's mildly lowered on TCK suspension with -2.6 deg (fr) and -1.8 deg (rear) camber.

Will 255/40/17 fit without rubbing?.
255 rarely fits on the front; even with a 17" rim it's really chancy.
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Last season summer tires were Bridgestone RE71R 245/40/17 square on Apex ARC-8 9 x 17 ET30. The car's mildly lowered on TCK suspension with -2.6 deg (fr) and -1.8 deg (rear) camber.

Will 255/40/17 fit without rubbing?.
255 rarely fits on the front; even with a 17" rim it's really chancy.
I have 255/35/18 PSS on Apex EC-7.... Fits like a glove. No extra negative camber, stock springs!
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Title says it all.

Last season summer tires were Bridgestone RE71R 245/40/17 square on Apex ARC-8 9 x 17 ET30. The car's mildly lowered on TCK suspension with -2.6 deg (fr) and -1.8 deg (rear) camber.

Will 255/40/17 fit without rubbing?

Much thanks.
Bolt them up, see how much room you have?
Agreed. My tire guys were not sure if 255s would fit on my car, nor was APEX certain. They fit, but if they didn't, I would have just gone down a hair.... That said, with 255s up front, I've got to be unreasonably pushing the car before it wants to under-steer very slightly.

This is NOT a track car, however, so take that for what it's worth.

My E46 was a track car and even with ZSP suspension, it would under-steer at the track, on the street or even in the garage if I looked at it the wrong way...
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I looked into this in this thread:

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1208029

It didn't touch anything on my et37 8.5" wide wheel, but it was a little tighter than I was comfortable with around the strut. You've got a bit more offset though, it'll probably be okay.
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My E46 was a track car and even with ZSP suspension, it would under-steer at the track, on the street or even in the garage if I looked at it the wrong way...
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