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Old 10-13-2018, 05:50 PM
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I really like the look of the SS with the bigger lip.

This being a 100% street/weekend car. I was thinking of going,

Front 245/40/17 & Rear 255/40/17

Would that setup be fine on a 100% stock car, or would I still run into issues?

If so I will go with the staggered setup.

Thanks for the help.
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Old 10-13-2018, 09:14 PM
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I run Front 245/40/17 & Rear 255/40/17 on a street car w/ no issues. Wheels size is 17x9 +61. Next time I'll do 255 square.
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Are you lowered at all. Im thinking at some point a may go with a slight drop.
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Old 10-14-2018, 07:58 AM
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The 17x9 +60 can work with stock fenders. i still got an occasional rub in the front when i wasnt super careful going into driveways(with a 255/40 and lowered about 0.5-1 inch). So i ended up rolling the fenders to be safe. I have the 17x9 +48 in the rear and that required a roll and tab relocation.
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I got 245 all 4 with 17x9 +48. The rear is flush really nice with the body. The front is poking out a little. Next set I'll go 235 in the front or get a pair of 17x8 or 17x9 +60.
My car has about 1" drop. I have to roll all 4 corners.
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I got 245 all 4 with 17x9 +48. The rear is flush really nice with the body. The front is poking out a little. Next set I'll go 235 in the front or get a pair of 17x8 or 17x9 +60.
My car has about 1" drop. I have to roll all 4 corners.
When you say the front is poking out do you mean the tire or the wheel?

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When you say the front is poking out do you mean the tire or the wheel?
Both wheels and tires with 245 on 17x9+48. I did put a bar on the side wall (vertical) and measure the gap. It's about half an inch out. The wheels are about 3/8" out. The back is nicely flush. Anyone have a pair of 17x8 or 17x9+60 to tread?
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I'm on 17x9 +63 TRMotorsports with 255/40r17 all around. Lowered on Fortune 500 coilovers. No rub.
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Yeah +60 range offset works on stock fenders up front if not lowered too crazy, but you get into the +48 you are going to have issues and need to roll your fenders. They will stick out, certainly if you are running near stock camber alignment.
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Originally Posted by brc80 View Post
I really like the look of the SS with the bigger lip.

This being a 100% street/weekend car. I was thinking of going,

Front 245/40/17 & Rear 255/40/17

Would that setup be fine on a 100% stock car, or would I still run into issues?

If so I will go with the staggered setup.

Thanks for the help.
Will fit fine if they are the +60's.
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