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Rubbing with 315s??

Discussion in 'Wheels/Tires/Brakes' started by gt5.0coyote, Oct 31, 2017.

  1. gt5.0coyote

    gt5.0coyote Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Hey guys,

    We are getting rid of the Mickey Thompsons and looking to get a set of Michelin Pss. The fronts aren't an issue finding (255/40/19) but the backs (305/35/20) Michelin doesn't seem to make. So the only option is really a 305/30/20 or a 315/35/20. Does anyone have any pics of the 305/30? Would the 315/35 rub? I do take it out of town occasionally so the trunk does get full of luggage and adds some weight.
     
  2. OneSlowV

    OneSlowV Active Member Established Member

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    I run a 315/35/17 Nitto 555g2 and have no rubbing at all
     
  3. Evojayfi21

    Evojayfi21 Member Established Member

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    It all depends on your wheel fitment. if its proper then I believe you can go up to 325 or 335.
     
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    Riddick MERICA Established Member

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    What's the offset on your rear wheels? I'm running a set of forgestars with a 315/35/20 in the rear and it clears just fine, car is lowered on steeds ultralite springs. I believe my rear wheels are +55 offset and they are 20x11.

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  5. gt5.0coyote

    gt5.0coyote Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Mine are +55 as well. I did have some rubbing on the inner fender liner but that was it. I heated it and bent it back some.


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