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Old 10-25-2021, 09:35 AM   #1
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Rocket Bunny Camber tire specs

Currently have 18x9.5 in front and 18x10.5 in the rear and 225/35zr18 in front and 255/35zr18 in the rear. Is it okay to change my tire aspect ratio to like 40?
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Currently have 18x9.5 in front and 18x10.5 in the rear and 225/35zr18 in front and 255/35zr18 in the rear. Is it okay to change my tire aspect ratio to like 40?
225/40-18 fronts are a better match with 255/35-18 rears...
225/35-18 fronts are significantly smaller in diameter than 255/35-18 rears.
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Why not go wider? 225 is tiny on a 9.5 rim. What about 255/35 front and 265/35 rear?
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Why not go wider? 225 is tiny on a 9.5 rim. What about 255/35 front and 265/35 rear?
Because stretched tires bro!
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