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Old 01-29-2007, 03:17 PM   #1
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Rims and Tires

Ok my next step is to get rims and tires... I spin my 02 gt rims alot with the 4.10s in... whats the widest rim and tire i can fit on the rear of my gt? since i put my power to the ground i need to keep it to the ground instead of spinnin
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Re: Rims and Tires

You can fit a 315 tire on the back. You would need to go with atleast a 10" wide rim. 17x10.5 and 18x10 are the most popular. The tires sizes would be 315/35/17 or 315/30/18 for those sizes.
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Thanks... I was hoping i would be ablt to go wider.... but oh well... thanks for clearin that up for me
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its not always how wide its the type of tire, you would hook up just fine with a 275 DR but I would not run a DR every day as they can be dangerous in the rain.
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