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Old 05-27-2013, 09:32 PM
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Well, I think its time for me to get some new tires for my RA. I was wondering what could be the widest tire I could run without rolling any fenders? I've heard 225's and 235's from a couple of people but I just want to confirm. Not sure if I will be lowering at all because the roads in Ohio suck lol.
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Old 05-28-2013, 05:41 AM
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I'm up by Cleveland/Akron Area. I got Eibach Pro Kit and no problems with Ohio Roads

I also just got Continental Extremes DWS 225 which fit like a charm with the kit.

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Old 05-28-2013, 10:30 AM
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I'm up by Cleveland/Akron Area. I got Eibach Pro Kit and no problems with Ohio Roads

I also just got Continental Extremes DWS 225 which fit like a charm with the kit.

BTW since your Ohio check out our page:
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Thanks buddy.....i think I'll go with the 225's because i want the Ralliart to look a little more aggressive. How's the Eibach Pro's? Was looking into getting them or the Swift Springs.
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Old 05-28-2013, 04:25 PM
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I love it the Eibach. 0 complaints. Ride feels better overall.
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Old 05-28-2013, 10:46 PM
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I'm up by Cleveland/Akron Area. I got Eibach Pro Kit and no problems with Ohio Roads

I also just got Continental Extremes DWS 225 which fit like a charm with the kit.

BTW since your Ohio check out our page:
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Are you on stock rims with 225's? If so how much did you pay for Continentals 225 tires if you dont mind me asking?
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Not Stock but same size as stock. I payed about 630 for all 4. Conrads
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235s are good to go without needing to roll fenders- that's what I have and I don't have problems.
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Old 06-02-2013, 10:11 AM
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I have 235/45/17 on evo 8 rims (17x8, 38 offset). They look awesome, poke out a little, no rub on stock ride height...but ive not had a full car or big load yet. I think they look better than stock 18s because the brake rotors fill out the inside of the wheel so much more. And 17" rubber is much cheaper. Don't get yokohama yk580s (not responsive).
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235s are good to go without needing to roll fenders- that's what I have and I don't have problems.
do yo have 235s on the stock rim or aftermarket rims?
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235s are good to go without needing to roll fenders- that's what I have and I don't have problems.
Yeah man what tires and rims are you on if you dont mind me asking. I would really love to go with 235s.
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