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      01-15-2017, 11:51 AM   #1
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So will need to replace my Original tires this year.

On stock wheels and dont plan on changing them.

WIll possibly add KW v2 or v3

my question is will the following fit with no spacers

Also thinking a more aggressive summer tire as the car is only driven on sunny warm days.

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So will need to replace my Original tires this year.

On stock wheels and dont plan on changing them.

WIll possibly add KW v2 or v3

my question is will the following fit with no spacers

Also thinking a more aggressive summer tire as the car is only driven on sunny warm days.

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Front: 305/35ZR19


Rear: 255/35ZR19
Sidewall Style: Blackwall
Load Range: XL
Assuming you mixed up front/rear dimensions.

255 front will fit, rear would probably be tricky. That's also a very aggressive stagger for this car. With aftermarket suspensions and a good alignment it could probably work.

Personally I'd go narrower in the rear than a 305
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Assuming you mixed up front/rear dimensions.

255 front will fit, rear would probably be tricky. That's also a very aggressive stagger for this car. With aftermarket suspensions and a good alignment it could probably work.

Personally I'd go narrower in the rear than a 305
I think he probably also meant 305/30 for the rear, which would give a near stock stagger. Still don't think a good idea though...
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Assuming you mixed up front/rear dimensions.

255 front will fit, rear would probably be tricky. That's also a very aggressive stagger for this car. With aftermarket suspensions and a good alignment it could probably work.

Personally I'd go narrower in the rear than a 305
On second thought, I think he also may be on the wrong forum! Do you also have a 1M?
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