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      10-28-2010, 08:46 AM   #1
Splooge911
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Tire size question

Im looking around on tire rack for some winter tires and I notice the rear winter tires are 255/35/19 compared to the summers that are 265/35/19. I know this means the winter tire is narrower to give better traction in the snow.

My question is since the winter tires are 255/35/19 and fit the rim OK, has anyone gone with that same szie (255/35/19) for summer tires? Does it look strange on the wheel? I just see there are many more options for tires that are 255/35/19 rather than 265/35/19

Just curious to see if anyone has done this and has feedback

thanks
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