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Old Sun, Apr-22-2018, 01:59:15 AM   #21
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Default Re: Thinking about going from 265 up to 275/30/19. Do they rub?

Looking for a tire with a more rounded shoulder??? Right now I'm running Bridgestone RE-11 245/35/19 front and 275/30/19 rear on Work VS XX 19/9 front and 19/10 rear. I can't remember my offsets right now. I'm also lowered on KW V2 coilovers. My issue is ever since I started running the RE-11s, I've had some rubbing in the rear. I was running Toyo T-1Rs before all the "same" size. In the rear wth the T-1Rs I was also running a 5 mm spacer and my fenders were not rolled, and had 0 rub. After the RE-11s were installed fenders were rolled and spacers were taken out. I really want to go back to a more aggressive look. I was told the RE-11s have a massive shoulder. Looking for a different tire that will put me where I want to be! The reason I didn't get the T1-R again, is they weren't available. Any suggestions???
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265, or 19, rub, thinking

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