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what do you think guys? Can I get away with a 295 on a 18x10 volk on a stock body sup? what about 265's in the front on a 18x9?:bigthumb:
 

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295/35/18's on BBS RSII 18x10's with +45 offset with trimmed fenders
 

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295/30/18 on SSR's 18x10. You should roll the fenders just for the hell of it.
 

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295's on a 10" wide wheel will definitely fit, although not all of the tread will be utilized. A 10.5" or 11" wide would use all the tread for maximum contact patch.
 

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Could any of you guys rolling on this particular tire set up (front and rear) post a few sidewall pics? I am looking to see how much the tire bubbles out from the rim. Thanks in advance.
 

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295/35/18's on BBS RSII 18x10's with +45 offset with trimmed fenders

Those are the exact wheels I have.....did you HAVE to trim the quarter panels to make them not rub, or did you just do it for precaution?
 

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295's on a 10" wide wheel will definitely fit, although not all of the tread will be utilized. A 10.5" or 11" wide would use all the tread for maximum contact patch.

This is what I was thinking. So do you think it would be a waste of time (in terms of traction) going to 295s?
 

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Id sure like to see pics of this setup if anyone has it. I am debating it, however I do not want the bubbled tire look.

PICS ANYONE??
 

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I run 285s on a 9.5 wheel. Definetly doesn't bubble out. And going by numbers my set up bubbles out further. So I think your straight
 
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