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      04-14-2016, 03:55 AM   #1
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265/295 on stock ZCP wheels?

Wondering if 265/30 and 295/30 AD08R will fit on the stock ZCP rims?

They are the only summer tires I have and I might sell my summer wheels.
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Wondering if 265/30 and 295/30 AD08R will fit on the stock ZCP rims?

They are the only summer tires I have and I might sell my summer wheels.
Those should fit but kind of wide for the oem zcp wheels. I would do 255/35 and 275/35 AD08R and call it a day.
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Those should fit but kind of wide for the oem zcp wheels. I would do 255/35 and 275/35 AD08R and call it a day.
Good Advice.
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There are literally 10 different threads where we beat this to death.


Do they fit? Yes.

Is it optimal? No.


Stick to 255/35R19 and 275/35R19 if you must go wider.
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+1 stick with 255/275. Some go 255/285 but that might skew with the balance and induce added understeer. However, probably not noticable at all if you DD. Cheers!
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+1 stick with 255/275. Some go 255/285 but that might skew with the balance and induce added understeer. However, probably not noticable at all if you DD. Cheers!
I had the 255/285 setup, there was no induced understeer. Only disadvantage is you can't run the Mich PSS that everyone covets. To be frank I have Mich PSS now in a 275/295 setup on 19X10 and 19X11 wheels and I liked the Conti SportContact 5Ps better. If they had them in the 275/295 setup I would get them over the Mich PSS.

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Much obliged, folks. I've got PSS 255/35/19's on the front with 10mm spacers so I figure I'll do either 275/35/19 with 10mm rear spacers or the 295/30/19 without rear spacers.
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I wasn't asking for buying new tires if you read my post.

I have wider summer wheels and have those size tires on them currently. Someone wanted to buy those summer wheels. But I still need summer tires for the summer so I was wondering if I could keep my tires and move them to my zcp wheels (currently have winters on them)
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Much obliged, folks. I've got PSS 255/35/19's on the front with 10mm spacers so I figure I'll do either 275/35/19 with 10mm rear spacers or the 295/30/19 without rear spacers.
295 will fit no problem but will absolutely rub and drive you crazy on dips.
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Much obliged, folks. I've got PSS 255/35/19's on the front with 10mm spacers so I figure I'll do either 275/35/19 with 10mm rear spacers or the 295/30/19 without rear spacers.
295 will fit no problem but will absolutely rub and drive you crazy on dips.
Ok thanks.

There might be a lot of old threads on this but searching just leads to people with zcp wheels and diff sizes in threads that have another person with this size saying something
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Much obliged, folks. I've got PSS 255/35/19's on the front with 10mm spacers so I figure I'll do either 275/35/19 with 10mm rear spacers or the 295/30/19 without rear spacers.
I'm running 265/30/19 in the front and 295/30/19 in the rear on zcp's and have zero rubbing issues. Running ad08rs though. Amazing tires by the way. Highly recommend them.
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