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Old 01-10-2014, 09:10 PM   #1
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Help with tires for 2013 gt

I just bought 20/8.5 20/10 rims. Looking for tires to get. Found 275/30/20 and 315/35/20 will these tires fit my car?
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They will but those are going to be very thin. I've got 275/35/20's and you can really feel every pebble and crack in the road.

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Oh and 315's in the rear would fit depending on the offset of the rims you've got.
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Yeah be careful with the 315's... especially if you are lowered.
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Oh and 315's in the rear would fit depending on the offset of the rims you've got.
I'm pretty sure my rim offset is 40 or 44 do you think the 315s will fit?

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Yeah be careful with the 315's... especially if you are lowered.
Not lowered I'm all stock on suspension still
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I agree with primer2tone. I've got 255/35s on the front and 295/30s rear and you feel everything. I have one or two teeth clenching moments a drive. I am sure the stiff suspensions doesn't help lol.


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