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depends on how much power you make, and more importantly what size rims you got. 235's are probably 17x8 i would think? so you could run a wider tire if you want but find out what your offset is too cause that will be important also. you could do 245 or 255 i would think and maybe wider even im not too sure on that.
 

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I have that size (235/45/17) on the front of mine (MK4 TT wheels), which are 17x8. On the rear (17x9.5), I have 275/40/17. If the wheels are all 17x8, I would just go with what is on them, it seems to be a good size to me (especially if you have lowered/plan on lowering your car).
 

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You CAN run a 245 on the stock size rims (7" wide). So you can go larger than 235 on the rims you bought, assuming they are at least as wide as the stock rims.
 

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something about wide tires gets to me............275 no less, especially for a supra.....but function over form bla bla. I guess it might save weight or something if you go with smaller tires. I have 275's
 

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I have 17x8's and am running 235 front and 255 rear. Looks pretty good. The shitty thing is you can't swap your tires front to back. hth
 

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I run 255/40/17's up front and 285/40/17's in the rear. Bigger is better. They are not too big. They are just right.
 

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i have 255/40/17's on my rear 17's and i think they are 17x8 i dont remember, and i have 235/45/17's out front, but i have to get new tires so i am going to try to fit 265's on the rear and keep the front the same
 

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alloyguitar said:
wow, that toyo thing is really cool, thanks
I work for Les Schwab Tires, theyre huge out here in the Northwest. Custom wheels are a passion of mine, and the Toyo website has proven itself VERY useful more then a couple times.
 
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