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with the big CCW wheels what street tires are people even running anymore? It's getting hard to find big sizes in 17 and 18!!
 

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Can anyone tell me if the 18x10.5 +58 and 18x11.5 +62 classics fit in stock body? any recommendations

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You have to remove the inner fender bolt at 12:00 up front and you'll need to either roll or cut the rear fenders. Once you do that you can fit a 285/30 (or 265/35) up front and a 315/30 out back

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You have to remove the inner fender bolt at 12:00 up front and you'll need to either roll or cut the rear fenders. Once you do that you can fit a 285/30 (or 265/35) up front and a 315/30 out back

Steve
LOL. No need to roll fenders in the rear with that fitment. I'm more worried about hitting the inner struts especially in the rear. Same goes for the front. Just so its clear for everyone, comparing this to the standard CCW flush fitments of 10" +42 front and 11.5" +50 rear these wheels will be sucked into the fender 10mm in the front and have 22mm less inner clearance and 12mm in the rear with 12mm less inner clearance. So no, I don't think they will work.

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LOL. No need to roll fenders in the rear with that fitment. I'm more worried about hitting the inner struts especially in the rear. Same goes for the front. Just so its clear for everyone, comparing this to the standard CCW flush fitments of 10" +42 front and 11.5" +50 rear these wheels will be sucked into the fender 10mm in the front and have 22mm less inner clearance and 12mm in the rear with 12mm less inner clearance. So no, I don't think they will work.

R.K.
Oops. Didn't realize these weren't Supra specific offsets. Thanks for chiming in.

STeve
 
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