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Old 01-15-2013, 01:37 AM   #21
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In the pics above those are some tires I had laying about and slapped them on for test fitting. Fronts are 235/40s and the rears are 225/40s. I had to work on the rear fenders a bit to get the 235/40 to fit and not rub constantly. Once they cleared pretty well I went to local tire shop Gran Turismo East to get proper tires.

Yokohama S-Drives
225/40 fronts
235/40 rears

Rear just barely rubs if I get rather aggressive with on/off ramps that have dips or bumps on them. I am pretty sure if I were to switch to the 9.5+35s on the rear it would eliminate almost all the rubbing.

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