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This is a discussion on 315/35/17 within the Wheels and Tires forums, part of the General Help category; ok so i did a search before this post and i couldnt really find a direct answer, im looking at ...

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    ok so i did a search before this post and i couldnt really find a direct answer, im looking at buyin some 17x11 rear and 17x9.5 front the tire sizes are 315/35/17 rear and 275/40/17....will the 315/35/17 fit on my 02 formula without spacers or any other modification? the suspension hasnt been messed with no lowering etc etc....thanks for the help

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    I rubbed when I went with 17x11's and 315's.
    Until I got the LCA brackets and the LCA's. Then they sat in there great.

    Still running them without spacers.
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    how bad is it for the tire to rub?

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    Was actually the wheel that was hitting. Just needed a little hammer action on the inside of the wheel well.

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    sweet! hopefully the IRS doesnt put sand in my vasoline and give me some money back!!! then ill be able to get the package....

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    Good luck!!!

    What wheels are you looking at??

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    2002 firebird formula

    American Racing TTII 17x11 rear 17x9.5 front

    good choice for my car?

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    I have them on mine for street duty.
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    Make sure you get the wheels that AR has for the Camaro/Firebird. I have heard the TTII's tend to fit a little better than most 17x11's.

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    the TTII 17x11 are +46mm offset (if memory does me justice) and you can have those on all corners without any spacer.
    Most wheels in the 17x11 are +50mm offset.
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    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...2342677&rd=1,1

    it doesnt give an offset but it says it'll fit 93-02 camaro/firebird...i should be ok right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02Ls1Formula View Post
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...2342677&rd=1,1

    it doesnt give an offset but it says it'll fit 93-02 camaro/firebird...i should be ok right?
    Yes.
    But that price is high.

    www.tomzwheels.com

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    is that for the tires too? i thought it was a pretty good price for the package but i could be wrong????

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    It would be a good price if those tires weren't so cheap.

    TomZ's price is just wheels. Around $800 I think. No way those Sumitoro's cost $800. They are $120 or so each (if that) for the 315/35/17's.

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    It depends on the tire brands, some (Hooserscome to mind) need to be massage in the inner fender well and some tires like Nitto drag radials do not need any mods at all.

    Depending on the rim's offest of course you should not have to run spacers for an 11x17 in the rear.

    Now to run a 11x17 in the front is another matter....

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