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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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NHTSA tire recall info
Synopsis : Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd. (Sumitomo) is recalling certain Falken ZIEX CT50 A/S tires, size P255/50R20 104V, having date code 1619, Dunlop SP Sport 5000 tires, size 215/45R18 89W, having date code 0919, and Goodyear Eagle LS2 tires size P215/50R17 90V, having date code 0619. An incorrect rubber compound may have been used in manufacturing, which may allow sections near the tread surface to


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From my experience, yes, had to do a light roll out back, didn’t need to alter the front fenders at all. Although like you I’ve modified my fenders to fit my new wheels better, I personally rolled and pulled my fenders to fit my wheels. My car is lowered on full coilovers (Tein street advance Z) and currently I’m 3” lower from where it was from the factory SE setup. Like yourself, my lowered jack does not fit up front as well.

Daily driver (with current wheels and ride height)


Lowered all the way up front, rear could be lowered more but I didn’t like how it would’ve looked so I kept it there. This is on the 18x9 +38 setup on a 235/40 tire:
@Jetbluu what wheels are these?
 

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5mm will clear fine and not cause any issues

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Thanks, I already received them and will be putting them on tomorrow. Will post pics in the other sticky thread.

My concern wasnt clearance, it was whether it will negatively affect handling or suspension longevity, but I guess I'll find out.
 

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19T024Synopsis :Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. (Cooper Tire) is recalling certain Cooper Evolution Tour, Mastercraft SRT Touring, Hercules Roadtour 455 Sport, Starfire Solarus AS and Mastercraft Stratus AS tires, all in size 225/50R17 and with DOT date code 3019. The subject tires were manufactured with an improper sidewall component

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NHTSA Recall ID Number :19T025 Synopsis :Michelin North America, Inc. (Michelin) is recalling certain CrossClimate+ tires in size 225/60R16 103V XL tires with DOT date code 4618. The tires are not marked with the required UTQG treadwear, traction or temperature gradings. In addition, on the designated outboard sidewall and on the inboard sidewall, the "DOT" certification symbol, which precedes the TIN (Tire Identification Number) has not been molded into the sidewall. As such,

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NHTSA Recall ID Number :20T002Synopsis :Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (Goodyear) is recalling certain Fortera HL tires, size P255/65R18. Due to a manufacturing issue, the tire may experience a belt seperation. A belt separation could lead to loss of vehicle control, increasing the risk of a crash. Goodyear will notify owners, and dealers will replace the tires, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin February 24, 2020. Owners may contact Goodyear customer service at 1-800-592-3267.

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