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      08-06-2015, 07:57 PM   #1
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Will it rub

Thinking of a track setup in rear

10.5x18 ET 22, Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 295/30-18
(maybe 285/30-18 to be on the safe side?)

Will it rub?
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      08-16-2015, 09:12 PM   #2
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thats always the question... lets us know
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Expecting delivery in this week
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Ive seen a 12" wheel with a 315 that didnt rub (supposedly). I dont know the offset but Snoopy has the wheels now.
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At what ride height?

I'm running 10.5" +20 with a 295/30/19 tire, section width is same as your tire choice, with 1" greater OD. Mine is tucking tire at static ride height, rubs a little over large bumps. I think you should be ok.
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I've got the wheels now and they fit perfectly
No rubbing
10.5x18 et 22 Michelin PSC 295/30-18
Camber -2 degrees
Eibach springs
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Isn't that because you should be using a 295/35/18, not a 295/30/18? That 30 profile makes the tyre a lot shorter.
5% difference than stock opposed to a 0.7% difference with a 35 profile.
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Yeah it would probably rub with 295/35-18
Michelin dosenīt make the Cup tire in 295/35-18
I only use them on track so no big problem for me
(Except that i get higher mileage on the car)


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Isn't that because you should be using a 295/35/18, not a 295/30/18? That 30 profile makes the tyre a lot shorter.
5% difference than stock opposed to a 0.7% difference with a 35 profile.
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