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This is really for all of you guys who are wondering whether "225's will rub" on your car... And why everyone on this forum seems to be giving seemingly contradictory advice about this despite all of their firsthand experience.

Article on Team sCR's Site
 

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You can find all the dimensional data for a tire at www.tirerack.com

Just find a tire you are interested in and click on the 'Specs' link to see the dimensions for all available sizes for that tire.

For example, here are the specs for Kumho ECSTA Supra 712 tires.

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lshadoff said:
You can find all the dimensional data for a tire at www.tirerack.com

Just find a tire you are interested in and click on the 'Specs' link to see the dimensions for all available sizes for that tire.

For example, here are the specs for Kumho ECSTA Supra 712 tires.

Lew
Very true. Way too many people just skip right over that because they think "225/35" = "225/35".

EDIT: Oh wait. I just realized that you were complementing the article with a solution as to what people can do. Sorry about that.
 
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