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      03-30-2017, 09:55 AM   #1
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285/35-19 rub?

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Anyone know if the stock 19 Y spoke wheels with 285/35's and 12mm spacers will rub on the rear? Or would a 275/35 be better? Michelin PSS btw.

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I had 275/35 with 12mm spacers. I was dropped about an inch and very slightly rubbed on large dips on the fender tab.
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I have 285/35/19 with 12.5mm spacers and lowered on H&R springs with no rub
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Good to know guys, thanks. Any of you with the PSS tires? I know different tire brands fit a bit differently.
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Good to know guys, thanks. Any of you with the PSS tires? I know different tire brands fit a bit differently.
I have PSS. They do run a bit wider. I don't think PSS come in 285/35/19
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I have PSS. They do run a bit wider. I don't think PSS come in 285/35/19
Ah ok, 275s it is then. Thanks again man.
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