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Old 06-03-2018, 06:46 PM   #2353
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Am I meaty?

235/45/17?
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Old 06-03-2018, 06:50 PM   #2354
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I didn't want to break his heart. lol

235/45/17 MPSS have the SAME tread width as 225/45/17 MPSS!!!!
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Old 06-03-2018, 07:18 PM   #2355
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I didn't want to break his heart. lol

235/45/17 MPSS have the SAME tread width as 225/45/17 MPSS!!!!
Just looked up the chart on Michelin site. The Pilot Super Sport doesn't have a 235/40 or 235/45 listed, so he couldn't buy it anyway. This has been replaced by the PS4S in which the section width of the 235 is wider than the 225. So you would not have broken his heart. Besides, you'd probably go 235/40 to get closer to the right circumference. If you are going wide for looks, and have rims wide enough, then 245/40's are the better option as the circumference is close to OEM.
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Just looked up the chart on Michelin site. The Pilot Super Sport doesn't have a 235/40 or 235/45 listed, so he couldn't buy it anyway. This has been replaced by the PS4S in which the section width of the 235 is wider than the 225. So you would not have broken his heart. Besides, you'd probably go 235/40 to get closer to the right circumference. If you are going wide for looks, and have rims wide enough, then 245/40's are the better option as the circumference is close to OEM.

Read page one paragraph one of this thread. My attempt at humor aside,( Which may be terribly tire nerdy at best) This is the meaty tire thread, which is for "255 + , everything else is just a normal tire size" as per the OP.
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I'm going to wait about another 100 posts and by that time the 225s should have worked their way into this meaty tire thread.
It did say 255+ for a reason, not sure why so many 245 and especially 235 were posted?
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I don't have a Performance Package, just run-of-the-mill suspension.


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He meant Performance package "PP", relating to fitment that package comes with brembos and Sachs dampers, which might have a smaller spring perch? Common rub point in the front is on the oem spring perch

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Just a question:

I'm planning to get Work GT5 18x10.0 + 38 with 265/35/18 tires.
Currently on Tein Flex Z Coilovers and am thinking of going -3 in the front and -2 in the rear.
Will this cause any issues/rubbing?
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Just a question:

I'm planning to get Work GT5 18x10.0 + 38 with 265/35/18 tires.
Currently on Tein Flex Z Coilovers and am thinking of going -3 in the front and -2 in the rear.
Will this cause any issues/rubbing?
http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?p=3094769

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I'm running 225/50/R16 is that meaty enough? :P
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I'm going to wait about another 100 posts and by that time the 225s should have worked their way into this meaty tire thread.
It did say 255+ for a reason, not sure why so many 245 and especially 235 were posted?
BRB, about to go post about my turbo in the FI section. Don't have one but....
Way less than 100!!
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Does anyone have any issues with rubbing with 265/35R18 on 18x9.5 +40? i'm worried about rubbing in the rear.
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Does anyone have any issues with rubbing with 265/35R18 on 18x9.5 +40? i'm worried about rubbing in the rear.
That'd mostly be dependent on ride height and camber. Spring rate and damping will contribute, too.

I run 18x9.5 +40 with 255/35R18 MPSS, -2.5 camber, and about finger gap of clearance. I'll rub if I have someone sitting in the back, have a bunch of full jerry cans in the trunk, or hit a particularly gnarly expansion joint at high speed.
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Old 06-23-2018, 02:36 AM   #2365
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Previous owner of the wheels did that. I got them for a steal, would make anyone on this forum mad. I'm not too upset one isn't perfect but I will be fixing it soon regardless.

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Did you, by chance, buy those TEs from somebody with a red FRS out there in NC/SC?
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Did you, by chance, buy those TEs from somebody with a red FRS out there in NC/SC?
Bingo. Ante sold me the wheels. He hit me up 3 years later and asked if i wanted them. I have been lusting after them the day he put them on his car haha. Small world.
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