Exactly, knowing the offset of your rim and the suspension setup you have dictates what size tire you will be able to run in the front and back.Nick 95 6sp said:If you tell us the offsets you got, we could give you an exact answer, otherwise it's a guessing game.
Nick 95 6sp said:since you don't know the offsets (nothing personal to you Russ since it seems like quite a few other's also do this ...but I don't get how the hell could anybody spend a couple grand or more on wheels and not even know the offsets?) if we assume it is a "reasonable" Supra fitment, the 245F and 275R should fit no problem even with no fender or wheel well mods. But if the offsets are crazy wrong, you'd be taking a chance even with those tire sizes.
For example, with +45 offsets on my 18" X 9-1/2"F and 10-1/2"R wheels I now have 255/35F and 285/30R and I could fit 265/35 on front next time and I have no fender or wheel well mods and I'm lowered on Tein HA's
that again depends on the offset, if you are talking about the 10 inch rim i think the 'largest' offset was +44 and i think they said you could fit 285s as long as they were 30's and not 35's.Mastrrob said:BTW do you have your fenders rolled??
if not I think the largest you can go with the face2 type GTCs is 265s with out rubbing
Nick 95 6sp said:Hey Enzo,
Hi bud, fancy meeting you here How's that fixer upper coming along? and save your sarcasm for another forum we already have too much here.
Mike_Austin said:Look here:
Plug your wheel and tire sizes into the spreadsheet. Then offer your thanks to Steve Jarvis!