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Old 04-10-2013, 09:01 AM
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Help! 18x10+25 got too big tires :(

I have miros 18x10+25 with 255/40/18 and i rub really bad on big bumps! will i need a full fender roll and a pull?
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Old 04-10-2013, 09:08 AM
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holy crap. yea thats too tall of a tire. Did you not research at all before buying? i think brendanisgreat ran that setup with 255/35/18 but i could be wrong. You will need to roll and pull all the fenders
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holy crap. yea thats too tall of a tire. Did you not research at all before buying? i think brendanisgreat ran that setup with 255/35/18 but i could be wrong. You will need to roll and pull all the fenders
yeah, i ordered the tires thinking it would be good as people ran wider. i dont think the width has to do with it. its the the height?? as i see when it hits the fender its only hitting the lip part. should i try the fender roll or just go with a smaller tire? 245/35/18 maybe? i dont really wanna go to much stretch.
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just go with a fender roll. way cheaper
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just go with a fender roll. way cheaper
I went with smaller tires and dropped the car.
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You're running retard fitment wheels and you're asking if you need to do fender work?
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You're running retard fitment wheels and you're asking if you need to do fender work?
I am running "retard" fitment wheels... No comment, Barfat.
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You're running retard fitment wheels and you're asking if you need to do fender work?
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This thread is idiotic.
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