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Just looking for some pics of tires sized 245/50 on the stock sawblades, just list what kind of tire they are!!

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Matt
 

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i have 235/60/16 on my car no pics as of right now till i can get adobe photoshop to comply with me.
 

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LuvMySilverSupra said:
i went with 245/45/16 on all 4's. no pics though.
You did not.. I saw your tires they were 165/85/R13's!


I have a set of blades with 245's on them.. they look a little 4x imo but they do fit and dont rub.
 

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Check sig, 245/50' rears 225/50 fronts, err, I realize my pic isnt great, get you a better pic tommorow.
 

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I have 225/50/16 up front and 245/45/16's out back on stock sawblades. The 45 series on the rear keeps the diameter closer than the 50's. You have to remember that the '50' isnt a static measurement but a percentage of the width. So a 245/45 sidewall is very close to a 225/50 sidewall. They don't look too big at all on the back. They look pretty much the same except of course the width. I'll try to remember to get some pics (only have cam phone now, so they won't be great) when I get home from work. My tires are Yokohama EVS100's.
 

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This is the only decent picture I have. These were 245/50/16 all around. I liked them alot, they filled out the fender wells and they also rode alot nicer than a low profile tire.
 

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Back in the 97 I ran 245/50 front and 255/50 rear goodyear gators on my 88 supra with sawblades with no rubbing.
 

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I run Goodyear Eagle F1 GS-D3 245-50/16 no rubbing and they stick like glue wet or dry. I like this size since it sucks the sidewall in where it belongs and not like all the youngsters run today with the sidewalls totally exposed to anything you run over. That just dont make good common tire sense. It also keeps the rims from getting chewed up by curbs etc.

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245/50/16 Kumho 711's, I've had 712 Ecsta Supras on there too though.
 

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I found my dunlop sp sport 5000 245's to be just as responsive as my old 225 pirellies.. and it holds to the road much better in turns. The only thing is that you cant feel the road as much, but still just as responsive as the pirelli tires. The only thing that would make it worse is mabye 255's because of the large wall but i dought it.

 
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