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      11-04-2013, 07:51 AM   #1
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Does anyone have a pics of this on our car? 18 x8 +40 and 18 x 9 +44...i wanted to know if 225 and 255 would work without rubbing issues? tnx
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Does anyone have a pics of this on our car? 18 x8 +40 and 18 x 9 +44...i wanted to know if 225 and 255 would work without rubbing issues? tnx
Yes that fitment and tire size should work post up some pictures once they are installed
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Im trying to see how aggressive the look! I want it to be very flush yet no rubbing!
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Im trying to see how aggressive the look! I want it to be very flush yet no rubbing!
Here is a quite a few pictures of them on here.

https://www.google.com/search?q=135i...w=1440&bih=809
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Just curious, did you ever end up putting 225/255 on the CH-R's? If so got any pics?

Also what were the exact specs (tire, size, any suspension or fender work)?
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I got 225 n 255 michelin pss! I had to roll my fender a little bit because Michelin runs big and whats recommended was 245. On 225 front is perfect but i went with 255 because i dont want to have an odd size tires.
My basic suspension mods are M3 rear bushings, koni yellow and perf springs
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This is the clearance after the minor fender roll!
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