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      10-10-2012, 09:23 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by M3Guy View Post
My reasoning with the 295's in the back is because I'm going FBO and probably meth. 265 isn't going to work so good with that I doubt. I'm just concerned with going that big in the rear but sticking with 245s in the front.
Then why not try 275/30s at the front, since they are OK diameter wise, don't know if there is enough space in terms of width of the tire but since they are like a good fit for 9 inch wide wheels too (stocks are 9 inch) it is probable that there won't be an issue. 275/30 has 25.6 inch diameter vs. 25.8 stock size. Since your rears will be 295/30, this could be a good combo, at least on paper.

Here what I read from tire rack site about the PSS specs, just the essential data, for the rest go for http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires....eMake=Michelin

Here you go:

Stock tires vs. what fits nearest:

245/35 19:
93 Y
23lbs. each
8-9.5 inch rim range
25.8 inch overall diameter
807 revs per mile
vs.
275/30 19:
96 Y
26lbs. each
9-10 inch rim range
25.6 inch overall diameter
814 revs per mile

265/35 19:
98 Y
25lbs. each
9-10.5 inch rim range
26.3 inch overall diameter
790 revs per mile
vs.
295/30 19:
100 Y
28lbs. each
10-11 inch rim range
26 inch overall diameter
799 revs per mile

Hope this helps.
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