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Old 12-23-2015, 05:55 PM   #1
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REAR TIRES

Does anybody have an idea where I can get my hands on some decent 295/40/20 tires? street performance or street radials even better.

I now there are not many choices but this size will be ideal and perfect in my situation.

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Yea, tire rack is a good place to start. They have many tires/brands in that size.
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That is a very tall tire, you might have a hard time finding good choices in that size.
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Not trying to steal the thread, but what size would you all recommend for a DD car with 20 x 10's in the rear (BMR lowering springs)?


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295/40/20 is going to be like 28.5-29" tall. That's gonna effectively make your gear ratio from 3.73 to like a 3.4 or a 3.31 to a 3.1.

Will be noticeably slower unless you're putting down at least 450-500 whp to compensate.


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You'll need a 285/35/20 to keep your gear ratio and speedo close. And there isn't a noticeable difference between the two.
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The OP has 4.10 gears so maybe he wants the tall tires to bring down the final ratio a bit.
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never mind folks...i will stick to 295/35/20 for my daily driving. i should have bought 19" rims instead to get a beefy tire in the rear. There is no way im pulling way from my 4.10s
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Not trying to steal the thread, but what size would you all recommend for a DD car with 20 x 10's in the rear (BMR lowering springs)?


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I have 20 X 10.5 and use 295/35/20. For you, i would say 275/35/20 would be a flush fit but you can fit the 295/35/20 on a 10" wide rim. Do not go below 35 mm on the side wall unless you like rubber bands and driving around every pot hole that you see.
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I'm going 305/35/20, hope it still looks good on my wheels and car
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I had 305/35/20 on my car before it sits flush, I have 305/30/20 on it now


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I had 305/35/20 on my car before it sits flush, I have 305/30/20 on it now


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Depends on your wheel offset as to how flush it is...
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