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18x8 with Michelin MXM4 235/45/18

Stock rims from Tesla model 3 18x8.5" +40 with stock MXM4 235/45/18. Didn't have to change a thing, no rub and plenty of gap to fender, about 3-3.5" left in space.

Got them for $500 with few thousand miles on tires. Tires made a world of difference as the tire noise went down and car is quieter, steering is quicker and more responsive, and firmer feel. Better than stock set and bridgestone tire set I had before. Was planning for stock size EXTREMECONTACT DWS which will be next set in 245/45/18.

I wanted to keep it 18" to run larger ratio sidewall for comfort since I drive about 80 miles to work and back.
 

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Is 1mm offset lower than stock even worth worrying about? I found a set of rims that have identical OEM specs but 39mm offset vs stock 40mm offset.
 

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About to change my tires and I can’t find the original 225/45/18 specified for the 2013 Camry SE. however I’ve just come I’m told there’s a 245/45/18 available , want to know if it’s ok minimally to use these ones
 

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About to change my tires and I can’t find the original 225/45/18 specified for the 2013 Camry SE. however I’ve just come I’m told there’s a 245/45/18 available , want to know if it’s ok minimally to use these ones
Personally I would not go with 245/45 for OEM wheels. It's too wide for the factory wheel.
I'm currently running 235/40 on my OEM 18".

Go with 235/40 or 235/45 max and call it a day.
 

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Hello, I've been searching for an answer and have had no luck, my apologies if this is posted elsewhere.

I'm trying to help my lady out with a winter tire setup. I'm trying to figure out if 17" wheels will fit a 2016 Camry XSE V6. Everywhere I look it suggests 18" (18x7.5 - 225/45R18), yet the XLE V6 has a 17" (17x7 215/55R17) option. As far as I'm aware the XSE does not have larger brakes, or am I mistaken?

Have others ran 17s on a 2015-2017 XSE V6?

Any assistance is greatly appreciated!
 

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It will fit. You will only see 18" for the XSE on wheel websites because it's the standard wheel size.

The 17 x 7 or 17 x 7.5 will fit with no issues.
 

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Hey Guys, read all the archives and so far inclined towards buying 225/55/17 with OEM being 215/55/17, what you all think? Any other size that I should consider. Car in question is 2013 XLE
 
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