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I just got done mounting 28" Goodyear slicks on the supra and there was only a small gap between the tire and the fender well. Did you guys have to roll the fenders to fit these?
 

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I run Goodyear 28x11 and I trimmed off a fair amount of the fender lip to get clearance.
 

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28x11,5's on N/A wheels. YES, you have to trim the fenders quite a bit. If you don't you need to keep the car from squatting the tire into the wheelwell.
 

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I have a set of 28x11.5x15 ET Streets with 5 passes for sale. $150ea

You don't have to trim that much depending on the offset of your wheels
 

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WOTM said:
I have a set of 28x11.5x15 ET Streets with 5 passes for sale. $150ea

You don't have to trim that much depending on the offset of your wheels
I would say most peope who step up to a 28 inch tire would be running the correct backspaced wheel, the issue would be more so that every tire is different, your et street says its 28 x 11.5 and its actually smaller then daves 28x11..

your et street has a 11.1 section width,8.6 inch tread,and is only 27.6 inches tall with an 87 inch roll out...

daves tire he listed above has a 12.5 section width,10.7 tread,28 inches tall with a 88 inche roll out.. :)

jay
 

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Mine are 28x11.5x16 Hoosier quicktime Pro's on stock N/A wheels. I run stock T/T brakes. Wheels need a little massaging, and so do the calipers. Just a little shaving to make them fit.
 
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