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Old 12-16-2012, 12:31 PM   #1
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Has anyone put a 10" wide rear wheel/tire on their stock 2012 v6. And if so did you have any problems?
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I put 18" x 10"s on mine. No issues at all physically. I did notice that my speedometer reads about 1-2 mph high though due to the difference in tire diameter from the stock wheel/tire combo.
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Has anyone put a 10" wide rear wheel/tire on their stock 2012 v6. And if so did you have any problems?
If your thinking 15x10's then you need the sway bar relocation bracket.
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Is your car lowered? It looks great
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Im thinking either 18's or 19" x 10 in the rear and 8.5 or 9 in front
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Im thinking either 18's or 19" x 10 in the rear and 8.5 or 9 in front
That'll fit fine.
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what if the car is lowered?
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That becomes a matter of tire highth not width
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