View Poll Results: Which tires should I get for my car?

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My trans needs you!!

This is a discussion on My trans needs you!! within the Wheels and Tires forums, part of the General Help category; hi.. my name is Ryan.. and I'v been pestering all of you about my car. I'm sure all of you ...

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    Midnight Blue
    2001 WS7 trans am

    My trans needs you!!

    hi.. my name is Ryan.. and I'v been pestering all of you about my car. I'm sure all of you don't mind, because we all love our trans ams..but I need some help. I am buying wheels on the 1st of oct. I am getting the Boyd Caddington Smoothie IIs 18X9 and I don't know what size wheel to get.. posted is a pic of my car... I am getting it lowered 1 1/2 inches the day after I get the wheels.. I have NO CLUE what size tires to get. Will you all help me..

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    Midnight Blue
    2001 WS7 trans am

    i did.. but i still dont understand.. i am slow.. i was reading another "Thread" and it was saying get 245/40 front and 275/35 back.. is this good?.. your an awesome help... and the camaro looks great

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    Midnight Blue
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    yea.. i really like them.... but im going to get the 18X9s.. instead of 18X8

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    Midnight Blue
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    yes sir... is this not a good decision?

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    Midnight Blue
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    i didnt mean sir as in older man.. its a habit iv had since before i was in the army.. i know its my car.. im just saying.. to make it look bad ass.. are 18X9s suffice.. and if i want to drop it 1 1/2 in what size tires should i get.. i heard 245/40 were too thin for the back.. i dont know.. i have to tell my gf something soon.. she is the one taking it to the shop..

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    Midnight Blue
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    thanks..

    will those give me turning clearance when i drop it 1 1/2 in?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KageSS View Post
    I know i was just F'n with ya..... Go 275/40/18........
    I may be wrong but i dont think thats the right size for a 18x9 rim. I got 17x9 on my camaro and i use tire size 275/40, so for an 18x9 im guessing it'll be around 295/35 or more.
    Last edited by ferocity; 09-23-2006 at 10:28 PM.

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