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    Which one?

    So I just got my new rims in just the other day, they are 19x10 in the rear and 18x8.5 and a guy at Jensen Auto was telling me to get 245 in the front and 275 in the rear, while i was thinking 305 in the rear and 275 in front, whose idea do you think would look better? I'm not a tire expert, so if you guys could help me out that would be great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by legacyy21 View Post
    So I just got my new rims in just the other day, they are 19x10 in the rear and 18x8.5 and a guy at Jensen Auto was telling me to get 245 in the front and 275 in the rear, while i was thinking 305 in the rear and 275 in front, whose idea do you think would look better? I'm not a tire expert, so if you guys could help me out that would be great.
    that is very close to the wheels sizes i have. DEFF. do the 275's and 305's(thats what i got) or it will look goofy. the 305's will rub alittle but not much. good luck
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    Definitely go with the 275's up front. As for the rear, 295's are pretty wide (about 12" depending on the tire manufacturer) and should be a good choice as you will not have any rubbing issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yyun View Post
    Definitely go with the 275's up front. As for the rear, 295's are pretty wide (about 12" depending on the tire manufacturer) and should be a good choice as you will not have any rubbing issues.
    well i rubbed when i ha my 295s, but im lowered, you may not even rub with 305s if your stock height, and if you did it would be minimal

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    go with the 275/305's the other way that uses 245/275 will be tooo sucked in. and give it a ugly tall skinny look...shorter and fatter ftw

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveCZ28 View Post
    go with the 275/305's the other way that uses 245/275 will be tooo sucked in. and give it a ugly tall skinny look...shorter and fatter ftw
    +1

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    Yea thats exactly what i was thinking, i think im going to go get the tire sometime tomorrow

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