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      03-28-2013, 12:24 PM   #1
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275/295 on zcps

Do you think PSS 275/30/19 F and 295/30/19 R will fit on 19x9F ET18 19x10R ET25will work fine? Would any spacers fit?

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Good question! I'd like to know this as well, except for stock edc suspension and zcp wheels
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      03-28-2013, 03:07 PM   #3
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spacers won't work... tires Should fit...but there could be some rubbing in the back?
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Without spacers, these tires should fit flush right?
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they shoulddd (i know of more aggressive rim setups without rubbing with the tire setup). I've never done it. it will also depend on suspension and drop
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well my car will be going in Tues. I'll post results.
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they shoulddd (i know of more aggressive rim setups without rubbing with the tire setup). I've never done it. it will also depend on suspension and drop
how did the spacers arrive?
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how did the spacers arrive?
good man, thanks. i thought i PMed you, my apologies. Should install this week. haven't gotten too yet!
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Do you think PSS 275/30/19 F and 295/30/19 R will fit on 19x9F ET18 19x10R ET25will work fine? Would any spacers fit?

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I'm running them on stock ZCP wheels no spacers with Dinan I/camber plates. No rubbing after 2 minutes with a Dremel at junction of fender and bumper which is raised.
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It will work but I wouldn't suggest those tire sizes because the wheels are not wide enough to support them. You won't gain the performance advantages of the wider tire without an appropriate rim width. 255/35 & 275/35 is a better fit for the wheels IMO.
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275 on a 9" wheel is kind of wide, but it will probably work. I ordered 4 of the rear 359 wheels to use with same tire setup
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I'm running them on stock ZCP wheels no spacers with Dinan I/camber plates. No rubbing after 2 minutes with a Dremel at junction of fender and bumper which is raised.
Where exactly did you have to dremel. Do you have a photo?
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It will work but I wouldn't suggest those tire sizes because the wheels are not wide enough to support them. You won't gain the performance advantages of the wider tire without an appropriate rim width. 255/35 & 275/35 is a better fit for the wheels IMO.
Agree

My track tires / wheels are only a 265 on a 9.5 and 285 on a 10.5 wheel.

A little stretch is great for grip, cornering and steering feel

I will say if you must do this OP, go with a 265/30 in the front.
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Gonna echo the width issue. I run a 295/30 PSS on 10.5" wheel and the sidewall is perfectly vertical (and it rubs at +25 offset). Any narrower and the tire will be "bulgy". Not the way the sidewall was designed to operate.
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The PSS has a curb guard that sits at an angle, if the tire looks perfectly square on the wheel the actual sidewall is actually slightly angled, it's that guard that makes it look that way, I think the 10/10.5 is perfect for a 295.
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There are many threads about this.....but I will leave this here......stock ZCP suspension and wheels I ran a 265-30 and a 295-30......beside the minor muffin top in the rear, it worked fine with no rubbing. I now run the same tires with a 19x9.5 front and 19x10.5 rear and it's a perfect fit. I can go 275 up front........Phil
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There are many threads about this.....but I will leave this here......stock ZCP suspension and wheels I ran a 265-30 and a 295-30......beside the minor muffin top in the rear, it worked fine with no rubbing. I now run the same tires with a 19x9.5 front and 19x10.5 rear and it's a perfect fit. I can go 275 up front........Phil
Ryder how was the muffin top ride? any loss of feel.
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Where exactly did you have to dremel. Do you have a photo?
Didn't take one. If you remove the wheel and look it's easy to see. There's a small (about 1" wide) bump out where the fender meets the bumper. Just shave it off and you are good to go.
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Didn't take one. If you remove the wheel and look it's easy to see. There's a small (about 1" wide) bump out where the fender meets the bumper. Just shave it off and you are good to go.
Are we talking front or rear?
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Ryder how was the muffin top ride? any loss of feel.
Ride quality was still good......checkout the link............Phil

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=676555
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I love the way that rear tire looks, so nice and meaty
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Are we talking front or rear?
Only rear. No issues whatsoever with the 275s up front.
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