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Old 01-24-2013, 01:21 AM   #1
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Exclamation Rubbage problems, need help with new tire size PLEASE!!

I Need some help, I love my wheels but im tempted to sell them because i cannot stop the rubbage on the rears..

Anyone with experience or similar offset have some advice for tire size? I dont mind stretch i just want the rubbage to stop

Current tire size in rears are "NITTO INVO" 285/35/19 ( with cut fenders )

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Work Brombacher Step Lip Wheel 19x11.0 +11 (REAR)

Work Brombacher Step Lip Wheel 19x9.5 +27 (FRONT)



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Old 01-24-2013, 02:09 PM   #2
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Looks like you need a fender roll and/or stretched tires!
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Old 01-24-2013, 06:03 PM   #3
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Looks like you need a fender roll and/or stretched tires!
I have the fenders cut, with my specs listed can you recommend a tire size?

Thank you in advance
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One thing I would suggest is sizing down the tire sidewall. 285/35/19 is tall... You should be running a 275/30/19 or 285/30/19.
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Old 01-25-2013, 08:06 PM   #5
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One thing I would suggest is sizing down the tire sidewall. 285/35/19 is tall... You should be running a 275/30/19 or 285/30/19.
Thats what i thought, i was researching for a while and 275/30/19 seems like the sure bet with rolled or cut fenders..

thank you very much, i am actually local to VMR do you guys sell tires without purchase of VMR and mount and balance?
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or if you dont want to buy new tires >> buy adjustable rear control arms
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Old 01-27-2013, 05:50 PM   #7
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or if you dont want to buy new tires >> buy adjustable rear control arms
I agree. I'll be cheaper than 2 new set of tires.
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Thats what i thought, i was researching for a while and 275/30/19 seems like the sure bet with rolled or cut fenders..

thank you very much, i am actually local to VMR do you guys sell tires without purchase of VMR and mount and balance?
We do not. We can do wheel and tire packages but we don't stock any tires and we don't do any installations or mounting and balancing for products that have been used more or less. Hopefully my advice helps though!
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