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      03-25-2013, 11:45 AM   #23
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I run 275's in the rear and mine are 9.5 inches...no issues or rubbing at all. I have a stock M Sport suspension and my wheels are 18".
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      03-25-2013, 01:16 PM   #24
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Are the 265's not a slightly larger diameter? if so your speedo would read less.
According to the calculator at the top of this page, it would be 1 mph faster than the actual speed (it says: "Speedo @ 60mph will read: 61 mph "). But, now that I think of it, yeah, you're right... it should be reading slower than my actual speed... damn... I relied on that calculator, and never gave it a second thought. I should have gone with the 265s in the rear...

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