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Old June 17th, 2007, 05:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Wheel and Tire size comparision chart

Wheel / tire size calculator / comparer - RIMS-N-TIRES

It may help a few people that are curious what a bigger rim size or different offset will be like. After you plug in the stock rim and tire size on the left you can plug in the sizes of the new rim and tire size on the left. It will tell you your speed changes and clearance issues between fender and suspension.

Anyways if the link is new I hope you enjoy.

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Wheel / tire size calculator / comparer - RIMS-N-TIRES

Stuck! Good link w/ helpful Information!
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Aww my first sticky...Shapdog you shouldn't have!

Thank you for hooking the link up and sticking it
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Wat u guys think the smallest and widest. Wheel and tire combo.. thinking about getting drag radials and separate wheels
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I want to do 18' X 8' (40 mm offset wheels) w/ 245/40R18 tires, lowered on Eibach PROKIT springs. I think this works well by my calculations.
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I want to do 18' X 8' (40 mm offset wheels) w/ 245/40R18 tires, lowered on Eibach PROKIT springs. I think this works well by my calculations.
thats not even agresive sizing...i have 18X9.5 with 25 offset!
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Would 245/40/18s fit on 18x7.5 rims?
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I'm about to pick up a set of 19's with low profiles, but I dont know what size my lip should be and width. I'm thinking a 9.5-10.5" with a 5" lip?
my goal is to give it a wide body effect and kill some of the wheel - fender gap with out lowering the car. dont want to ruin the ride by lowering it, if anyone knows some good lowering springs that didn't effect the ride or even made it better let me know.
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thats not even agresive sizing...i have 18X9.5 with 25 offset!
Was that flush or did you have to use extreme camber?
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