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Old 08-17-2014, 10:24 PM   #1
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I'm getting ready to do some work on my car and am looking for some opinions on wheels and tires. I currently have Roush 20's with 255/35's with an Eibach Pro Kit Spring Set. Looking at the car I feel like the rear well isn't filled properly. I'm thinking this time around I'm going with a staggered look and wondering of 305/35's would be to much. Anyone with idea's and pics please leave your input

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Are you thinking about putting the 305's on the same wheel or going with new staggered wheels and tires?
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Thinking a new set of staggered wheels. Maybe the niche black tinted. I'm just not sure what size tires to go with being in lowered a bit. I want the biggest tire I can get on the back without any rub of course.
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I believe 305 is probably the biggest you can fit in the rear. I've seen a few people that run them.
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Would 305's hang out to far with a 40 offset?
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possibly. I have 275/19's on mine and they sit flush with the fender. Mine sits lower than yours however. Mine are 25 offset i believe. avant garde m310's.
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possibly. I have 275/19's on mine and they sit flush with the fender. Mine sits lower than yours however. Mine are 25 offset i believe. avant garde m310's.
Think I'm going to try the 295/35's with a 40 offset. Hopefully this will work out ok.
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