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those r just for the rear and if ur dropped u might need to just have ur fenders rolled. no big deal. if ur not dropped real low u shouldnt have any issues
 

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18x10s should fit no problem. Depending on how much you are lowered though you may need to roll fenders just slightly, but that should only be if you are lowered a lot.
 

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315's on an 18x10? That's pushing it, I would try to go a little wider on the wheel. 305's are pushing it on 10's
 

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Corvettes run 325's on 11 or 12 inch wheels. The 2013 special Shelby edition runs 345's on 13" wheels. Vipers run 345's on 12" wheels. Gt500 only runs 285's on a 10" wheel. These engineers do this for a reason, because these are the sizes that may be safely used on these wheels
 

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There's plenty of pictures on google of people running 315s on 18x10 saleen. I'm lowered 1.5" all around. I just don't know what a good street tire for a DD is in 315/30/18 without being a DR.
 

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There's plenty of pictures on google of people running 315s on 18x10 saleen. I'm lowered 1.5" all around. I just don't know what a good street tire for a DD is in 315/30/18 without being a DR.
Doesn't mean they are all safe or smart... Do what you will its your car
 

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you left out WHAT CAR YOU HAVE. If you have a GT the quad shocks may hit

overall its mostly going to be determined by the rim setup (backspacing)

I know on my 03 cobra (little different rear end width) a back spacing of 6 inches on a 10 wide wheel is going to rub the fender lip 6.25 is about the limit~ not sure on a solid rear axle car though, its not that much different but a bit.
 

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you left out WHAT CARE YOU HAVE. If you have a GT the quad shocks may hit

overall its mostly going to be determined by the rim setup (backspacing)

I know on my 03 cobra (little different rear end width) a back spacing of 6 inches on a 10 wide wheel is going to rub the fender lip 6.25 is about the limit~ not sure on a solid rear axle car though, its not that much different but a bit.
Got a 2004 GT
 

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You will need to roll the fenders. That's the size I had on my gt and before I rolled them I was rubbing.
 

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What's a good non DR for that size? I live in Missouri and we have quite a bit of rain this time of year.
I wouldn't run a DR AT ALL in the rain, unless you want your car in the ditch. If you live in a place with a lot of rain you should probably get to sets of rear wheels. Ones for drs and ones with all season tires
 

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Well it's not as bad running dr's on rain. I had some Hoosier dr and never gave me problems or spun out
 
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