thank you, thats what I was looking for...now does anyone out there have modded front fenders?JoeyD said:I honestly don't think a 245 would last very long with stock fenders. I run 18X8.5 +45 with 235 tires and it is tight as hell. I can't even keep tire wet on my fronts because every time I cut the wheel and back up it gets rubbed off.
you would be very close if you run 235's all around. im currently running 235/40/18s on my RH C2's 18x8 +42 offset and the front ruuuuuuubs. i had to roll my fenders all the way and it also rubs on the liner when i reverse and cut the wheel all the way. i tried molding the front fenders, but i still rub a little. you will be very very close, but im pretty sure you will slightly rub. it will be drivable though.Chaos said:Old school member here, need some quick help. I'm buying new tires and I need to know if I can run 235/40/18 on my 18-8.5s +45 all around (235's up front...ehhh). I know there have been plenty of people who have my wheels, does someone know if they have run 235s all around with no problems? I'm kinda low and I'm assuming it's gonna be an issue, but there is such a gap with the 225s. Help? Thoughts?
Tire suggestions might be nice too, I was thinking Yoko es100's...
BTW I WAS THE FIRST ONE TO HAVE THESE WHEELS! And still the only one who has the hyperblack versions
Chaos said:WHUDDUP TIM!!!
Damn. I don't want 'driveable,' I already had to raise my car twice cause I was rubbing my 225s at a lower height when I took turns sharply. I wanna DRIVE it not just piddle around town... I would really like to run 235s all around but I guess it's just NOT gonna happen not without some serious rubbing.... But 225s on 8.5s feel weird sometimes, like the tire is folding over, it's hard to describe. PLus 235s would work AND look better ...I dunno I may raise it again, install my lip and sideskirts that have been sitting around for over a year now.... I need some money...grrr.
kraze is a post whore.