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yo guys, i have some 215-45-17 tires on my 17x7 rims with a 95 Camry LE. i have an opportunity to get some 225-45-17 for cheap, but i remember hearing somewhere that the 225's will rub on a Camry with stock Shocks. does anyone have any idea or insight?

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The Other White Meat
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that depends on wheel offset.

jack up both a front and rear corner and see if you got an extra 5mm of room between the strut and the guard sides.

not hard.
 

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TN Pussy Man
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^ werd- as long as your offset's not too high, then you should be fine

lot of us actually run 225's - I have 225/45/17s for winter and they're perfectly fine
 

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'96 Camry XLE
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My 205's rub slightly in the rear (have 3mm spacers), but it has a high offset. So like they said, depends on offset.
 

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Turbo S2000 FTMFW
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i have 225/45's with no rubbing whatsoever.
 

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TN Pussy Man
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ASG14 said:
My 205's rub slightly in the rear (have 3mm spacers), but it has a high offset. So like they said, depends on offset.
wow...what offset are your running? 48, 50?
 

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Eye8Pussies said:
wow...what offset are your running? 48, 50?
50. Gen 5 XLE V6 rims (of which 2 are bent). Fuck Town Fair Tire!
 
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