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Old 11-28-2012, 11:01 PM   #1
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'11 Big & Littles

I was thinking about doing big and littles on my '11 3.7. I was wandering if someone could tell me the smallest rim I could use and also the widest I could run without rubbing. Also if you have links or pics it would help.

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I was thinking about doing big and littles on my '11 3.7. I was wandering if someone could tell me the smallest rim I could use and also the widest I could run without rubbing. Also if you have links or pics it would help.

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I personally have 18x9 up front and 19x10 in the rear with 305's for the rear. Lets just say this, FAT ****EN TIRES haha
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Drag setup? With the v6 you should be able to clear the 15" skinnies up front easily, a 15x3.5 with a 165R15 tire, unless you like the look of the skinny 17's. Then you can run a 15x10 out back and at least a 26x10.50 rear, possibly 28" but it'd hurt your performance with the taller tire.
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Drag setup? With the v6 you should be able to clear the 15" skinnies up front easily, a 15x3.5 with a 165R15 tire, unless you like the look of the skinny 17's. Then you can run a 15x10 out back and at least a 26x10.50 rear, possibly 28" but it'd hurt your performance with the taller tire.
With the 15x10 I would have to do the relocation bracket.
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