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Posted by adam piotrowski on April 23, 2002 at 17:51:15:

In Reply to: follow-up: wheel calculator posted by MG on April 23, 2002 at 17:29:40:


general idea of what your going to get, but you will not know until you put it on the car! I put on some yoko paradas in 225-35-18 with minor fubbing on inner wheel arch, I then put on some so2's and have no rubbing at all yet they are the same size tire. I also had a set of stockers with falkon tires at 205-50-15, and a stock tire with the same size but it was perelli, when I had a flat that perelli was alomst .5 inch larger then the ALMOST NEW falkons.. so I would go by what you have seen or have ppl who can verify what fits from what brand ect.. I still say that anything in a 18' with a 40+ sidewall is going to rub bad..
Just a warning..
Adam Piotrowski..




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