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Old 03-24-2011, 09:33 PM   #106 (permalink)
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You can run 245/35/19 instead of 235/35/19 if you want a slightly wider and taller tire.

You don't use larger tires to fill gaps, you use springs/coilovers.

You can run 235/40/19 if you really desire, that's 26.4", or 225/40/19 is 26.1". I'd imagine the 235/40/19 should clear for a higher offset, like +40 to +45, maybe even +37 or so.

But your better off with 245/35/19 or 235/35/19 paired with lowering springs/coilovers.

That is totally true!

I think I'll go with 235/40/19 to be in the safe side not to get any rubbing. I want your advice in the rims offsets before I buy them, like should I get +35 or +45? What is the best one to fit a stock body and fender with out hitting the fender?
I heard going to far with offsets might hurt the car's centerline, so I'm trying to get the best.
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I could tell you're a profissional So I wanted to ask what do you think the best tire size fit would be for 19x8.5 MRR HR2 rims in my TRD lowered camry? I want to get 245/40/19 so bad but heard from you that it will rub. Is there any think I can do so it won't rub like getting +45?but not sure if it's avaliable.
What size of a tire you think I should get to make it look wide and good, and full the gaps that lefted after it was lowered without rubbing? I think 235/35/19 won't full the gap

Hoose where you rollin in mn? In MPLs myself. I've got an '11 SE lowered on h&r. Getting summer wheels this spring!

Putting 18s on. Looking at a few tsw options but even more-so loving these hr2's.
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Hoose where you rollin in mn? In MPLs myself. I've got an '11 SE lowered on h&r. Getting summer wheels this spring!

Putting 18s on. Looking at a few tsw options but even more-so loving these hr2's.

I go to MNSU in Mankato You won't notice a big difference if you get 18" in my opinion, but it's your call bro ^_^ myself, I was thinking of 19" but the difference between the 19s and 20s is just a half inch, plus the 20's tires are much cheaper,, I called discouted tires yesterday and they said, 235/40/19=272$ each and 235/40/20=140$ each so I'm kinda debating. You should show me some pics of ur camry dude,, seems cool ^_^ There's a car show in Mankato every summer bro, u should check it up sometimes.
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You can run 245/35/19 instead of 235/35/19 if you want a slightly wider and taller tire.

You don't use larger tires to fill gaps, you use springs/coilovers.

You can run 235/40/19 if you really desire, that's 26.4", or 225/40/19 is 26.1". I'd imagine the 235/40/19 should clear for a higher offset, like +40 to +45, maybe even +37 or so.

But your better off with 245/35/19 or 235/35/19 paired with lowering springs/coilovers.
245-40-19 will fit just fine, as long as you are not lowered. That is what Im running, plus they are a lot cheaper than the 235/40/19
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245-40-19 will fit just fine, as long as you are not lowered. That is what Im running, plus they are a lot cheaper than the 235/40/19
It's hard to make a decision in those kinda things! .. so this morning I was like screw that crap I'm gettin 20s" lol I got them for 1160$ wit a Titanium lug and locks. I know it's expensive but I just got tired for thinking a lot It's actually 20x8.5 +35 all around the car but not sure what tire size should I get for them,
Any suggestions?? My camry is TRD lowered 0.5F 1.5R.
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post up pics of those 20's once you get them on. im thinking of getting 19's but i wouldn't mind seeing how the 20's look. maybe i'll change my mind.
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