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    Ok, I'm ready for wheels but I have a few questions for you 505 pro's. I know the 19x9.5's with a 275-30-19 in the rear will fit. I read that a few people said they have heard they will work up front. Does anyone know for sure if they fit? According to the tire calculator a 275-30-19 is the same as a 275-40-17 so I would think it would work. Also as far as the stance, does the tire and wheel stick out or is it under the car. I've seen a few 11 inch wheels in the back that stick out past the fenders and I do not like that look. I found a ton of pictures but everyone is running a 245 up front.

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    The wheel offset determines how far the wheels protrude/tuck under the fenderwells. The brand of tire determines how they will ride under the fenderwells. If you were to get, say, Nittos, they would be the correct size/aspect ratio, but would run a little narrower than, say, a BFG KDW2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldcuffs View Post
    Ok, I'm ready for wheels but I have a few questions for you 505 pro's. I know the 19x9.5's with a 275-30-19 in the rear will fit. I read that a few people said they have heard they will work up front. Does anyone know for sure if they fit? According to the tire calculator a 275-30-19 is the same as a 275-40-17 so I would think it would work. Also as far as the stance, does the tire and wheel stick out or is it under the car. I've seen a few 11 inch wheels in the back that stick out past the fenders and I do not like that look. I found a ton of pictures but everyone is running a 245 up front.
    I had a set of hp evos 19x9.5 running 275-30-19 all around no rubbing and no issues. They are almost the same rims. I would not recommend anything smaller than 275 up front, since the ride is so harsh with a 19". that's why I sold them and they were real heavy and no traction.








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    Quote Originally Posted by naperws6 View Post
    I had a set of hp evos 19x9.5 running 275-30-19 all around no rubbing and no issues. They are almost the same rims. I would not recommend anything smaller than 275 up front, since the ride is so harsh with a 19". that's why I sold them and they were real heavy and no traction.

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