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Old 04-21-2014, 10:34 AM   #36
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The tires are 225/35/20

I think with the 225 size tire u should be ok to put the 1.5 inch without protruding past the back fender. Like I posted early I have 275/40/17 with a 1" spacer and it just at the fender. Are u doing front and back spacers?
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I want some until I get mine lowered, and burn off new rubber, 255/45/17 getting 3/4 or 1"spacers, but the styles of mounting just within hubcentric, -Confusing.
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I think with the 225 size tire u should be ok to put the 1.5 inch without protruding past the back fender. Like I posted early I have 275/40/17 with a 1" spacer and it just at the fender. Are u doing front and back spacers?
Yes I am doing the front. I wanted the tires to stick out just a tab. Again I'm not getting my car lowered. I like how it sits now. Also it won't affect the front will it? When I turn.

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I want some until I get mine lowered, and burn off new rubber, 255/45/17 getting 3/4 or 1"spacers, but the styles of mounting just within hubcentric, -Confusing.
YEAH I'm not getting my car lowered any.
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Yes I am doing the front. I wanted the tires to stick out just a tab. Again I'm not getting my car lowered. I like how it sits now. Also it won't affect the front will it? When I turn.

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YEAH I'm not getting my car lowered any.

Umm I not sure about rubbing in the front, I don't have the front spacers.
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umm i not sure about rubbing in the front, i don't have the front spacers.
yeah im going to prob. Get them n the front also. I dont think illl just like them in the back..
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yeah im going to prob. Get them n the front also. I dont think illl just like them in the back..
Rear larger than front, though?
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Rear larger than front, though?
No, all of my tires are the same size.
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