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How to fill out the wheel well reasonably...

This is a discussion on How to fill out the wheel well reasonably... within the Wheels and Tires forums, part of the General Help category; I plan on buying Corvetter Rims of some style fairly soon but here is my issue. I want a very ...

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    How to fill out the wheel well reasonably...

    I plan on buying Corvetter Rims of some style fairly soon but here is my issue.

    I want a very crisp filled out look in my wheel wells and i was planning on buying 18 x 9.5" rims for all four corners, and I have two 255/35/18 tires with about 9/32" on them that I was thinking i could use for the front and then I could use wheel spacers and maybe 275/35/18 tires in the back for a very aggressive look.

    Yay or nay?.. Anyone see any problems with this setup or any reccomendations. I'm going for a very aggressive look with the rear end higher than the front and the rear tires sticking out resonably.

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    Run 285/35/R18 and it will fill it in better.

    YOur P255 are goign to not have much side wall height and may screw with the ABS due to differant tire diameters between front and rear.

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