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Jan 28, 11:06pm - #1248 
Need help on tires

I want to buy Enkei RS6 18"s for my GT. I have complete TRD suspension w/Hotchkis sway bars. What are the pros and cons with going with a 215 or 225, and 35 or 40 series??

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Jan 29, 4:47am - #1250 
the lower profile you go the more chances your gonna ding the rim , not to mention with what little room you you have left for cusin . It might be your best interest to use. Just my thought.
18's 225/40

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Jan 30, 1:37am - #1251 
Alright, so 225/18/40 should be my best bet, but do I usually pay more or less for 40's than I would with 35's?

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