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Old 12-01-2012, 07:06 PM   #1
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Anyone else have this tire issue 19" rims

SO I TRADED MY STOCK RIMS FOR THE 19 CALI SPECIAL RIMS WITH THE PIRELLES AND WHEN I WENT TO TURN INTO MY DRIVEWAY IT HEARD A SQUEAKING LIKE RUBBING... HELP PLEASE? Sorry for the caps lock just saw it lol... pic below
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How wide did you go? Check you sway bar and inner tire for rubs
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How wide did you go? Check you sway bar and inner tire for rubs
idk they are stock from a cs/gt 245/45 i guess if that make sense
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Turn the wheel and feel around the tire to see if its hitting and how much clearance it has. I doubt it's rubbing though, since its a stock rim/tire size.
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idk they are stock from a cs/gt 245/45 i guess if that make sense
I agree that they shouldn't be rubbing either but guessing isn't an answer
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SO I TRADED MY STOCK RIMS FOR THE 19 CALI SPECIAL RIMS WITH THE PIRELLES AND WHEN I WENT TO TURN INTO MY DRIVEWAY IT HEARD A SQUEAKING LIKE RUBBING... HELP PLEASE? Sorry for the caps lock just saw it lol... pic below
Those don't look like the same 19" stock rims from my 2011 but on it is the same wheel dimensions. I would ask, do you have Brembo brakes or spacers on your car? Anything that would make it rub your wheel well? Another thought is if you have the tire completely on the rim? Could it be slightly off and rubbing wrong?
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