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Sizing problems, potentially.

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by droolguy, Aug 6, 2007.

  1. droolguy

    droolguy New Member

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    I have a 91 rex si, and recently I met a person at the races that swears up and down you can fit 220-250s on my car. I have never really looked into anything over a 200, anyone know the max size you can run under a 91 rex? and NOT rub on a hard turn?
     
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    wheel size? are these on 18s 15s 13s???? it makes a big difference
    wheel offset is also going to play a big part here
    ive seen plenty of 225/15s with no problems
    i think chet use to run 235/13s (not 100% sure but they were fuckin wide)

    diameter and offset are going to determine what you can run
     
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    you could get a 225 on there without much problems... provided you have the right offset

    what are you going that wide for?
     
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    K-swapped rex, or will be once its done. Need some way to put all that power to the ground. So i'm looking for the widest possible tires I can put under there.
     
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