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Old 03-30-2014, 06:39 PM   #1
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Default Staggered tires and wheels?

I would like to replace my stock bullit tires wheels, for some wider wheels and tires. Saw what AM offers, 255 front and 275 rear. Is this the best combo? I want a wide look. any fitment issues? 06 v6 pony car already lowered. I want to go with 18's as well. Also deep dish or not? thanks, any input will help. Z
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Old 03-31-2014, 07:51 AM   #2
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Other than not being able to rotate front-to-rear, no problems. AM should ensure that both front and rear are equivalent O.D. I'm running 275's all around and if I could do it over it would be 255's front, 275's rear.

Although you may not feel the power loss, the larger wheels/tires increase rotational mass over the OE set.
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ive got 255/50/17's (nitto 555) on my car with a 1" spacer on the rear. Easy way to get the staggered look. Put them on 1 year ago... works great and you can rotate your tires..
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Old 04-13-2014, 12:54 AM   #4
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I run 255's on 18" rims on fronts, and 275's on 18" rims on the back. The wider front tire tends to rub under very sharp turning, but there's a steering limiter kit to help prevent that.
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