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Old 06-14-2012, 01:37 PM   #4
Johnny Danger
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Originally Posted by 3point2 View Post
Thanks Johnny for the reply.

Ok so they will fit with the car lowered about an 1".

The only thing that's turning me off about them are the sidewall heights. I'm used to seeing a 225/40 up front and 265/35. Do you know if the 235/40s up front will lead to rubbing issues when the car is lowered?
You'll be fine with a +45 offset up front . However, the aspect ratio of the rear tires may throw off your speedometer a bit .
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