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      04-24-2012, 06:28 PM   #313
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Originally Posted by Siciliano611 View Post
So would a 15/10 work better? The concern with rubbing in my situation would only be the rear right? or both front and rear (in which case 12/10 would work)
The 12/10 would be the safe bet but you might be able to do the 15 front if you're not lowered, though it may on full lock. Best thing to do is to measure the clearance once you get the new tires, since they're not OEM spec anymore.
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