never seen anyone run wider than 245 without rubbing so I didn't try. I am not sure, but some cars have strut rub with stock width tires so it's obviously close to begin with.purplehaze said:Jody,
is there enough room in the front to go wider?
BlownGTO said:I have 18" SAP wheels with Falken 245/40ZR18's all the way around. No rubbing.
As far as ive heard you cant go much bigger than 255's out back without rolling the fenders unless you use a Nitto 555, a 275 in those is supposed to fit.purplehaze said:would you say there is enough room in the back to go wider? it seems to be the consensus that 245 will fit in the front no problem, I am looking for as wide as i can go in the rear.
BlownGTO said:As far as ive heard you cant go much bigger than 255's out back without rolling the fenders unless you use a Nitto 555, a 275 in those is supposed to fit.
HE did roll them slightly, but shouldn't be necessary with the 57mm offset. It looked like it wouldn't scrape but I rolled them a bit just in case.purplehaze said:jody mentioned she had 275 or was it 285 in the back... wonder if she rolled her fenders...
djray77 said:I thinking about 245/40/18 on the stock 18" Im affraid they will rub in the front?
Im planning on getting bridgestones S-03 pole position does anyone have this setup?