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      04-11-2011, 07:46 PM   #23
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No. 19x10 359M rear wheel with 265-35 PS2 tires.

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I would like to run a 275/30/19 front with the 359 rear wheel and my current 285/30/19 for the rear.

What you think Malek??

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I have a ZCP coupe and am running a square setup with 220's on the track. My first setup using 265/35 PS2's on the front caused rubbing on the rear part of the driver side wheel well liner at full lock (passenger side was fine). Didn't shred the tire in the two sessions that I used it like that, but did wear the liner. I have been running 275/30 AD08's (25.5" diameter) all around with good luck since then though.
so you ran a 19x9.5 220 wheel up front with 265/35/19 and it rubbed the liner only on one side? is this a bad rub or just a slight rub?
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No. 19x10 359M rear wheel with 265-35 PS2 tires.

Suspension, H&R lowering springs on a ZCP car.
Based on your experience, I should be save running a 19x9.5 220M rear wheel with 265/35/19 up front with a stock non-ZCP suspension...yes?
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[quote=DCC;9346940][quote=Malekreza11;9344821]No. 19x10 359M rear wheel with 265-35 PS2 tires.

Suspension, H
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I would like to run a 275/30/19 front with the 359 rear wheel and my current 285/30/19 for the rear.

What you think Malek??

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      04-12-2011, 07:18 AM   #29
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[quote=Malekreza11;9347850][quote=DCC;9346940]
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No. 19x10 359M rear wheel with 265-35 PS2 tires.

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huh?....
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Correct. Funny isn't it.

Not sure how to differentiate between a bad vs. slight rub. I can tell you though that it rubbed through the liner in a spot about 1 inch long (top to bottom) and about 1/8" wide side to side.

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so you ran a 19x9.5 220 wheel up front with 265/35/19 and it rubbed the liner only on one side? is this a bad rub or just a slight rub?
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Interesting. Maybe a 10" wheel stretches the tire enough to lower the diameter sufficiently to avoid rubbing? Never thought about that as a solution. Guess I could measure the diameter or my 359 street wheels to see if the 10" width makes a difference.

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Correct. Funny isn't it.

Not sure how to differentiate between a bad vs. slight rub. I can tell you though that it rubbed through the liner in a spot about 1 inch long (top to bottom) and about 1/8" wide side to side.
On which part of the liner?
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Am I to understand that a square set of rear 220 wheels with 275-30-19 ad08's all around fits a stock car without problems? I am about to pull the trigger on this.
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Bump on this thread since it doesn't have a definitive answer to the OP's original question (nor can I find an answer in any other thread), and I'm contemplating this to get around some understeer that's now in my way as I've increased my skills on the track -- but I would be running this setup full-time since I don't yet want to deal with dedicated track wheels and tires. Will OEM rear 220Ms with OEM rear tires fit on the front of a non-ZCP M3 with no modifications? If so, will they protrude outside the fender, and if so by how much? And will they rub at all, and if so how much wheel lock will it take, and does it just tear up the fender liner or will it damage the tire as well?
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Square setup looks and drives great!
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