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      11-26-2012, 12:44 PM   #1
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225/35/19 v 225/40/19 thoughts?

if one was to run a 225 up front on an 8.5, w/ oem sport suspension, would a 35 or 40 make more sense?
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anyone have an opinion of 35 being too low an aspect ratio for a 225 or 40 being too tall up front?
i'll be running 265/35 out back. and yes those will fit fine.
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225/35/19... 40 is too tall
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225/35/19... 40 is too tall
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What would happen if it was too tall?
Would it cause rubbing issues?
If you didn't mind the speedo being out a little. Would it be ok?
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Yes, taller tires could rub.
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thanks guys. just didn't want the 225 35s to be rubber bands on my wheels...
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