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      01-09-2018, 11:56 PM   #1
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1M Tire Size Recommendation - 19x9 / 19x10.5

I have a set of HRE FF01's on order (19x9 ET25 / 19x10.5 ET26) and am planning on buying new tires in the spring. What sizes should I be considering for Michelin PSS? Stick with 245/35/19 up front and go with 275/35/19 in the rear?

The car is on the stock suspension / springs. I may consider H&R Sport springs to improve the gaps. Will the tire sizes above work with a mild drop?

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I would stick with the same stagger as stock, which would result in a 255/35 and 275/35 assuming you want to run a 275/35 rear tire.

That said, iirc the front offset of the oem wheels are et31, which means your new wheel will stick out 6mm more.

Not 100% sure how the 255 tire will fit with that offset.
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I just picked up a set of Michelin PS4s in 255/285s for stock wheels...fingers crossed that will be okay. Won't know until I powdercoat stock wheels...
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I would stick with the same stagger as stock, which would result in a 255/35 and 275/35 assuming you want to run a 275/35 rear tire.

That said, iirc the front offset of the oem wheels are et31, which means your new wheel will stick out 6mm more.

Not 100% sure how the 255 tire will fit with that offset.
Thanks - I will call HRE and see what they recommend.
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I can maybe help a little. I have stock wheels with 10mm spacers all around and 255/35 275/35 PS4S tires. Also lowered on H&R springs and have the revised front fender liners.

I have a little bit of rub on the front tires at full lock, mostly when reversing. Also have had a very light rub on passenger side rear over big compressions.
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I can maybe help a little. I have stock wheels with 10mm spacers all around and 255/35 275/35 PS4S tires. Also lowered on H&R springs and have the revised front fender liners.

I have a little bit of rub on the front tires at full lock, mostly when reversing. Also have had a very light rub on passenger side rear over big compressions.
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I just picked up a set of Michelin PS4s in 255/285s for stock wheels...fingers crossed that will be okay. Won't know until I powdercoat stock wheels...
Did those sizes fit the stock wheels?
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I just picked up a set of Michelin PS4s in 255/285s for stock wheels...fingers crossed that will be okay. Won't know until I powdercoat stock wheels...
Did those sizes fit the stock wheels?
Yes no problem but slight rubbing on front during full lock turns
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I tried putting re71r on my stock rims in those sizes (255/285) and am lowered about 5mm in rear. It rubbed badly in the rear, so I swapped back to 275. The Michelin's are probably narrower, so it may work especially at stock ride height. I could have made it work with more camber, but didn't want to negatively impact handling. Fronts is lowered 15mm and rubbed slightly, not enough to care.
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I can maybe help a little. I have stock wheels with 10mm spacers all around and 255/35 275/35 PS4S tires. Also lowered on H&R springs and have the revised front fender liners.

I have a little bit of rub on the front tires at full lock, mostly when reversing. Also have had a very light rub on passenger side rear over big compressions.
Do you have other pics side view?
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I am running stock size in front 245/35/19 and 295/30/19 PSS about to swap them to PS4S. I have no rubbing issues at all on stock suspension and springs.
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