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Re: tires width (archive)

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Posted by Roops on June 11, 2001 at 06:07:01:

In Reply to: tires width posted by fast m3 on June 09, 2001 at 19:52:18:

No. As the other responses have indicated big tyres on the back and small tyres on the front are for funny cars and top fuelers........

Same tyres all round is best. If your pocket can't stand it you don't even need to go to 225's. I run 225's but a friends car that has Yoko' A032 205's has shed loads of grip.


i need to get new tires on my e30 m3 and i was thinking of running 205/55/15s in the front and 225/50/15s in the rear. would this be a good setup?

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