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ghostingcelica
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ghostingcelica Jun 24, 10:46pm - #206911 
2000 Black Toyota Celica GT
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tires

does 225/50/17 or 205 work for our car? would the 225 have rubbing issues if i lower my car?
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CaLiGTS Jun 24, 10:49pm - #206912 

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Chaz Jun 24, 10:59pm - #206913 
2000 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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225/50/17 wouldn't work on stock rims (they're 15") spineyes

I've had 215/50/15 and I had no problem

I believe that the middle number is the side-wall size. that's what you would want to check if you are lowering. 50 seems a little big to me, 40-45 would be better with 17"

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