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      12-17-2010, 06:03 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by bavarian06 View Post
I'm trying to figure this out. I'm running 20x10 ET11 on 285/30/20 for the rear wheels. The rear tires dont rub going straight nor even over speed/bumps but it does for some reason during 10-25mph turns, why?

I would imagine at high speeds for the car to roll and spring/shocks to compress potentially causing it to rub the fender but this is at low speed turns (like speeds driving through a parking structure).

Our cars don't have active rear steering right? Can someone please explain?
Do you mind if I state the obvious? You have a bigger wheel and a bigger tire than the space that was designed for a smaller wheel and a smaller tire. I'm not a professional "pimp your car" installer but I have gut feeling that's what it is
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