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      12-08-2010, 02:02 PM   #1
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Look at getting a set of the black ZCP wheels. With that being said what tire sizes are available? To include size on the GTS....
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I would go with 255/35 front and 285/30 rear

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Yokohama AD08s are very popular as well, I've been very happy with them.
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Tom, do AD08's come in the proper 255/285 sizing? And if you were to put those on ZCP rims...what size spacers are optimal? I'm on H&R Springs. Thanks!
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Tom, do AD08's come in the proper 255/285 sizing? And if you were to put those on ZCP rims...what size spacers are optimal? I'm on H&R Springs. Thanks!
In speaking with Yokohama last week, 285s are in the pipeline, the 275s were just released a short while ago.

A 10/12 spacer setup would be optimum running these sizes.
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In speaking with Yokohama last week, 285s are in the pipeline, the 275s were just released a short while ago.

A 10/12 spacer setup would be optimum running these sizes.
Hi Tom - by 275s do you mean 275/35 or 275/30? I know the 275/30 has been available for some time. Given how wide the AD08s run I would think a 255/35 & 275/35 combo would be perfect!

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