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Stock GT rims with wider rear tire pics!

Discussion in 'Suspension, Brakes, Wheels, Tires Discussion' started by TwinSnails, Nov 29, 2018.

  1. Kamauxx

    Kamauxx United States 2500 Posts Club!

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    Correct.
     
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  2. Billy M

    Billy M United States Active Member

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    Looks like it’s ready for a race car!!!
     
  3. TwinSnails

    TwinSnails United States Active Member

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    I think the recommendation is +37 if running wider then 245’s as a square set-up. But I “think” a lot of things, getting old(er).
     
  4. Johnni

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    I current have the Volk GT-F special edition (gold with polish lip) on my stinger right now and it come with the tire size. Back tire 265/30/19 and front tire 235/35/19. I have lower the stinger with the eibach lower spring and it still show a little gap between tire and fender for both front and back tires. I will be changing the tire to (275/35/19) back and 235/40/19 front down the road when I need to replace the tire or when I come across a good deal on tires. Sorry have not taking picture of the car at the moment and when I do I will post it.
     
  5. JP's_Stinger

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    Any confirmation on this claim? Can the front and rear OEM 19" rims fit 245/35 squared? When my tires will worn out, I'd like to go with a non-staggered setup and am currently looking into it (my friend will do the same next summer on his 2018 BMW 340i xdrive).

    Thanks!
     
  6. TwinSnails

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    Yes they’ve fit the 245 on all corners, it’s going to be stretched on the rear 19” rims. Perfect on the front.
     
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  7. highdefinition

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    Dang, that sucks .I'm looking at the 19" TSW Nurburgring wheels. Any suggestion? Edit: looking for 19" that can run 255 all around..
     
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