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      07-15-2013, 02:19 PM   #1
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19x11 +25 offset, would 305/30/19 rub?

Exactly what the title says! Couldn't find a straight forward answer after searching for a long time. My cars suspension is stock, ZCP from factory.

The tires will be Nitto Invos. I am currently running 295/30/19, but a deal that can't be refused just came up on the Nitto's so if they will work I will take them.

Thanks guys and gals.
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Exactly what the title says! Couldn't find a straight forward answer after searching for a long time. My cars suspension is stock, ZCP from factory.

The tires will be Nitto Invos. I am currently running 295/30/19, but a deal that can't be refused just came up on the Nitto's so if they will work I will take them.

Thanks guys and gals.
You may have to play with rear alignment settings. Its going to be close...

ET 33 I have seen work, ET 25s need some massaging.

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Invos?? If you are going through all the trouble to get a wide wheel/tire on your car, why don't you get one that actually works? Invo's are terrible and I can say that because I made that mistake once. Please look into PSS, RE-11's, etc.
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A 305 is very aggressive on an 11" wide wheel with a +25 offset. It can be made to work, but may require adjustment of the rear camber and some trimming of the rear bumper tab. This sizing is in a gray area where many variables have to be massaged and the result may or may not work- this may be why you're having trouble getting an exact answer.
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Invos?? If you are going through all the trouble to get a wide wheel/tire on your car, why don't you get one that actually works? Invo's are terrible and I can say that because I made that mistake once. Please look into PSS, RE-11's, etc.
+1.... I would add Yokohama ad08's to that list.
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I have no issues at all with a +31 11" Rear with a 305 RE-11, think I could go a few mm more aggressive, but +25 may be pushing it without modification
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I bought mine used but im pretty sure im +29... 11" of course and im running 305 PSS tires in the back with H&R race springs...i did need to trim the plastic along the inner body of the car but would only slightly rub when someone was in the back which is very rare..its not even the tread thats slightly rubbing, its the the lip that sticks out from the sidewall near where the tire meets the wheel (I hope that makes sense)..as I said though its only with someone in the back on comfort..hope this helps..also you can check out pics of mine i've posted quite a few on here to see if you like the very aggressive look
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Invos?? If you are going through all the trouble to get a wide wheel/tire on your car, why don't you get one that actually works? Invo's are terrible and I can say that because I made that mistake once. Please look into PSS, RE-11's, etc.
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You may have to play with rear alignment settings. Its going to be close...

ET 33 I have seen work, ET 25s need some massaging.

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A 305 is very aggressive on an 11" wide wheel with a +25 offset. It can be made to work, but may require adjustment of the rear camber and some trimming of the rear bumper tab. This sizing is in a gray area where many variables have to be massaged and the result may or may not work- this may be why you're having trouble getting an exact answer.
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I have no issues at all with a +31 11" Rear with a 305 RE-11, think I could go a few mm more aggressive, but +25 may be pushing it without modification
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I bought mine used but im pretty sure im +29... 11" of course and im running 305 PSS tires in the back with H&R race springs...i did need to trim the plastic along the inner body of the car but would only slightly rub when someone was in the back which is very rare..its not even the tread thats slightly rubbing, its the the lip that sticks out from the sidewall near where the tire meets the wheel (I hope that makes sense)..as I said though its only with someone in the back on comfort..hope this helps..also you can check out pics of mine i've posted quite a few on here to see if you like the very aggressive look
Thanks for all the info guys, ended up going with 295/30/19 PSS.
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with the same size/offset and 295's, I rub
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with the same size/offset and 295's, I rub
What kind of tire?
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What kind of tire?
PSS's, ill also add, I rubbed at stock height, and once lowered, it obviously rubbed a bit more, especially if I have more than myself in the car. Most of the rubbing occurs on 'floaty' bumps.
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PSS's, ill also add, I rubbed at stock height, and once lowered, it obviously rubbed a bit more, especially if I have more than myself in the car. Most of the rubbing occurs on 'floaty' bumps.
That's weird. I never had an issue with V12's, I'm installing the PSS in a couple of hours so will report back on here and let you know what happens.
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