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      02-18-2013, 08:33 PM   #1
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what tire size do you recommend

i plan on getting 18x8.5 wheels so what size tires should i get? front and rear
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i plan on getting 18x8.5 wheels so what size tires should i get? front and rear
any reason for such small widths
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i plan on getting 18x8.5 wheels so what size tires should i get? front and rear
Offset on the wheels?
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offset is 40mm
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