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      11-09-2011, 08:27 PM   #1
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square setup using 19x10 359s (zcp)

Will this work without rubbing issues in the front?

What would be the best tire setup? 265/35/19 all the way around?

Can I expect more dsc intrusion?

tires are expensive, looking for a setup that handles great, can be rotated for extended life, and looks good (hence the 19s)
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The 265/35-19 will rub, it's too tall. I use 275/35-18 without issue on an Apex wheel with the same 25 offset, so I expect 285/35-19 would work on that wheel.
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Will this work without rubbing issues in the front?

What would be the best tire setup? 265/35/19 all the way around?

Can I expect more dsc intrusion?

tires are expensive, looking for a setup that handles great, can be rotated for extended life, and looks good (hence the 19s)
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but...its gonna push my ride height up by .3 of inch correct?
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I am going to try this in the spring with a set if 359m 19x10 on all four corners with 275/30 19s all around. I haven't seen anyone with this EXACT setup but from what have gathered this SHOULD fit.
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