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Old 04-18-2010, 02:47 PM
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Re: What size of tire?

Again... depends on what you want yours to look like.

If i'm not mistaken, Scott has SRT stock sizes.

I dont really care for anything that low profile. Mine isn't THAT far off, but look at them side by side and its a noticeable difference.

again, it's all preference.
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Re: What size of tire?

Thanks for your help guys
Looks like im getting yokohama pardas spec-x 255/45/20 as soon as the wheels come in
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Re: What size of tire?

295/40/20 265/45/20 Thats what I run.I actually have a set of the rears for sale Yokohamas like new and I bought a pair of fronts for $192 shipped (Hankook)
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Re: What size of tire?

btw I read on tire rack that most suvs and trucks brakes are usually designed to withstand more than a 3% change in tire size. I think it was like up to 10% or 15%, for people to put oversize tires on their trucks or suvs without any problems since its a common thing to do. For cars, for sure stay within 3%
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